Urban planners take note: A multitude of factors combine to make cities dynamic and certain neighborhoods hip. But city dwellers surveyed by international architecture/design firm Sasaki Associates agree on the two elements that matter most: restaurants and food. Maybe it’s time developers start wooing restaurateurs to new projects instead of the other way around. Boston- and Singapore-based Sasaki has global master planning experience on projects big (the Beijing Olympics) and small ...
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