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Street hawkers in India’s capital fear a repeat of earlier rules that imposed heavy fines and limited outdoor cooking, Al Jazeera reports.
After a long time chasing a wealthy clientele, South Africa’s supermarkets now view poor urban areas as key to expansion, Bloomberg reports.
The Big Apple may offer mediation to resolve rent disputes and extend leases temporarily for owners facing steep rent hikes, the AP reports.
The Mobile Good Food Market brings fresh produce into low-income neighborhoods, The Pop-Up City reports.
A spring 2015 conference hosted by the Project for Public Spaces will showcase how Barcelona has spread 43 public markets across the city’s neighborhoods.
A new Berlin supermarket requires shoppers to bring their own containers while food markets planned for London would cater to the poor with cashless transactions, USA Today and the Daily Mail report.
The retail chain known for big-box suburban supercenters is building a Metro-accessible location in Washington, D. C. topped with apartments, Architectural Record reports.
Walking to the store is better for your health and better for the environment than driving there. And according to a new report, it can be good for business too.