Preservation and Revitalization in Latin America

Urban city centers have been decaying for years in Latin America, however, with renewed interest by Latin American governments, these city cores are once again being revitalized. Arup Connect spoke with urban design leader Pablo Lazo to learn how.
April 8, 2015, 1pm PDT | ArupAmericas
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How prevalent is this kind of activity?

Many cities in Latin America have a city center that has been in decay for years, for many different reasons. And often when there’s a change in government there’s suddenly the appetite to do something about it. In Barranquilla, Colombia, the city government, with the support of the federal government, has put a plan together. This follows the path of other cities in the region such as Mexico City and Lima, Peru.

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Published on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 in Arup Connect
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