Back Home

Inner City  

horizontal rule


Shopping Plaza
Big Box
Office Bldg
Small Town
Inner City


Visit The Website
Search Resource
For Web Searches




Inner City Or Redevelopment Implementation

One of the disadvantages of living in the inner city or an area of a city that needs redevelopment is that there may be a shortage of workers living in the area that could take advantage of having their work relocated to a Community Commerce Center. In such situations it would be in the best interest of local government to seed the funds for creation of one or more Community Commerce Centers in such areas to act as a catalyst for redevelopment. It might be necessary to treat the Community Commerce Center as an educational training center until there are enough workers in the immediate area to qualify for employment at an organization that would normally place workers in a Community Commerce Center. Training and education at such Community Commerce Centers would include not only traditional business skills needed by major employers but also skills that would be required to provide support services at the Community Commerce Center. Over time the Community Commerce Centers created through this form of redevelopment would provide the same form of opportunities as might be found in existing suburban neighborhoods with a concomitant redevelopment for the entire area that would include not only improved residential units but also ancillary service units in the form of commercial businesses normally found in neighborhoods.

Back Up


horizontal rule

Back Home Up
[Link Popularity] [Currency Calculator] [World Time] [Feedback]
[Tutorials] [Web Search] [3D Heading Maker] [Show Pride] [Add My Link]
[Community Commerce Centers:  The 21st Century Workplace]

View Charles Caro's profile on LinkedIn

3 free Domains with Select Hosting Plans. Get yours!

KeyTech Software - Product (CD) Key Viewers and Changers for Microsoft Windows and Office.
Local links from Cocos (Keeling) Islands

Best Viewed at 800x600
This website is WordReference enabled.
Send mail to with questions or comments about this web site.
Copyright 2002-2011, Charles C Caro - All Rights Reserved
Last modified: June 26, 2011

Web Design by Colchis