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Reviving Main Street: two New England case studies
Mamie Marcuss
Abstract

For 25 years, the Main Street program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation has been revitalizing town centers and rejuvenating downtown commercial districts. This article takes a look at the Main Street strategy and examines its success in Boston, Massachusetts, and Littleton, New Hampshire.


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Mamie Marcuss, "Reviving Main Street: two New England case studies" , Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Communities and Banking, issue Win, pages 3-9, 2005.
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Keywords: Community development - Massachusetts ; Community development - New Hampshire ; Small business - Massachusetts ; Small business - New Hampshire
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