DPAC partners with New Mexico Main Street, a national nonprofit community organization that is administered in the State of New Mexico through the New Mexico Economic Development Department. Main Street's goal is to revitalize downtown centers. This revitalization comes in terms of physical infrastructure and aesthetic improvements, as well as economic stimulation. Thirteen students from the 2009 DPAC Studio were given the opportunity to work with the community of Lovington, NM.
Lovington MainStreet, Becky Griffin, New Mexico MainStreet
planning, architecture, MainStreet, Lovington, New Mexico, downtown revitalization, recreation, sustainability, community assets, landmarks
Design Planning Assistance Center, School of Architecture and Planning, University of New Mexico
Morris, Petra; Julia Oliver; Dominique Hinds Dupont; Jessica Dunn; Kristina Guist; Ron Guistinella; Yekaterina Yushmanova; Jessica Medrano; Chance Munns; Matthew Bollinger; Cesar Cruz; Robert Frankis; Cristel Haught; and Sam George. "Lovington DPAC Master Plan." (2009). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/dpac_projects/3
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