Roads are making way for housing

Large sections of major highways are increasingly being demolished in cities across the U.S. in order to make room for more housing, the Wall Street Journal reported. The trend is evident in metros including Detroit, Milwaukee, Tampa, Rochester and Portland. Highways that were once part of the interstate system are being either shutdown or repurposed

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Cities Resort to Demolition to Deal With Blight

A deconstruction movement is brewing across U.S. cities, in an effort to combat neighborhood blight and keep dilapidated homes from hampering nearby home prices.

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