She cited racial and economic differences between subsidized housing residents of all races and some of the neighborhood
's newer, more diluent residents, many of whom are white.
Officers may view the neighborhood
as unable or unwilling to care for itself.
Studies planned or under way at the RAND center will evaluate numerous neighborhood
variables, including how the presence of parks shapes physical activity and health; whether different types of neighborhoods
features produce different biological "footprints" (patterns of biological markers); how elements of the built environment may influence mental health; how physical and social aspects of a neighborhood
may contribute to the disabling process in the elderly; whether neighborhood
characteristics correlate with obesity, physical activity, and diet; and how outdoor air pollution affects the worsening of asthma.
An issue highly correlated to neighborhood
regret, safety, was among the least researched neighborhood
is a geographically localised community within a larger city, town, suburb or rural area.
Maintenance workshops will also enter the neighborhood
to start the process of rehabilitation and maintenance at the neighborhood
We investigate the relationship between neighborhood
poverty and other neighborhood
characteristics, focusing on the cities in MTO.
Quality With Survey Data: A Bayesian Approach.
There are almost 120 houses in this neighborhood
with ten wells, in addition to six towers, and a fortified gate, interrupting the neighborhood
's wall and its adjoining houses that have given the neighborhood
an additional defence factor.
With a legacy dating back to 1970, John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods
is currently building in 40 neighborhoods
in Atlanta, GA; Charleston, SC; Charlotte and Raleigh, NC and Nashville, TN.
Even if a metro area experiences rising average levels of employment and income, the changes in specific neighborhoods
in that metro area may be well above or below that average.
began to acquire new conceptual currency around that time--as the prominent urbanist and New Yorker architecture critic Lewis Mumford suggested in a 1954 article in Town Planning Review--precisely because it was under threat.
"We want to understand what the selection procedure is." Khalid Al-Dhobaibi, 25, said that the social leader of his neighborhood
has stayed the same, with his son filling in when he is sick.
socioeconomic conditions, built environments, and childhood obesity.
Petty yesterday promised monthly meetings of a neighborhood
advisory group to create a plan to make the city safer.