“Approximately 120 malls are already substantially building out in a more dense, more livable manner,” says Dunham-Jones. This photo shows the conversion of a dead shopping center in the North Loop neighborhood of Austin, Texas, into a campus for Austin Community College. Dunham-Jones points out “the former JCPenney [on the left] with a new front porch to welcome the ACC Highland students, and one of several apartment buildings being constructed on the former parking lots.”  Photo 3 of 12 in Is a Sustainable Suburbia Still Possible Post-Pandemic?

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“Approximately 120 malls are already substantially building out in a more dense, more livable manner,” says Dunham-Jones. This photo shows the conversion of a dead shopping center in the North Loop neighborhood of Austin, Texas, into a campus for Austin Community College. Dunham-Jones points out “the former JCPenney [on the left] with a new front porch to welcome the ACC Highland students, and one of several apartment buildings being constructed on the former parking lots.”

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