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2014: Visioning the South Cedar Corridor

Student-Led, Faculty-Guided Project - Spring, 2014

Authors: Kate Calabra, Jason Cox, Pat Falconer, Chuyao Fang, Lori Morgan, Gil Schultz, Michigan State University


The South Cedar Corridor has proven its significant value as an integral corridor for the city of Lansing and surrounding region. Building upon the Design Lansing comprehensive plan, this report detailed recommendations and improvements which will further increase new residential and business opportunities and take advantage of existing potential.

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Currently, Kate Calabra is a member of Women in Planning and Development. Kate also serves on the Associate Board of Housing Opportunities for Women as well as the Events Committee for Territory, a nonprofit focused on strengthening civic engagement and community involvement among Chicago’s youth.

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