Making Sense of Place
The Lives of CitiesA Project of The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Explore how three U.S. cities and their residents are dealing with sustainability, spatial inequality, and fiscal health.
Once an industrial powerhouse, Cleveland has lost more than half its population since the peak in 1950. Today, Clevelanders are fixing up old houses, inviting new immigrants, revitalizing the waterfront, and pursuing other strategies to reinvigorate their city.