The Atlantic City Planning and Development Department has released a new strategic plan for the city that will be used to plan the future of urban planning in the New Atlantic City area.
The plan called “Atlas for the Urban Future: Strategic Planning for Atlantic City and the Arts in the Run-Up to the 21st Century” was created by the Atlantic City Development Partnership and was released in conjunction with the Atlantic City Planning and Development Commission (PDC). This plan identifies the goals of the city, the current status, and the future of the planning and development process, and includes numerous other recommendations.
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Included in this plan are suggestions for increasing the population of the city through various means, analyzing the trends and demographics of the region, the creation of workforce housing opportunities, increasing the real estate value of the properties within the city, and creating tax incentives for the development of certain areas.
These include encouraging arts enrollment at the various community colleges within the city go to Nordheimer. The partnership hopes that the strategy will encourage development in the Atlantic city by providing the necessary information to developers and brokers that can help them obtain financing for projects. It also hopes that the strategies will attract people to the city, which can increase the tax base for the city. This will in turn generate revenue that can be used for various programs, including funding for schools.
The Atlantic City Strategic Plan identifies the Atlantic city as the economic center of the state of New Jersey, and it is one of the most populous cities in the United States. It is located on the eastern part of the state, near the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and the state line. This strategic plan identifies the goals and strategies that the city is using to analyze the changes taking place in the urban planning and development world and the effect it will have on the next generation of residents and businesses.