PAS QuickNotes (QN) are plain-English briefing papers that explain planning basics for public officials and engaged citizens. Each QN offers a concise overview of a timely planning topic, plus links to more resources for further reading.
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Adaptive reuse is the process of converting buildings that have outlived their original purpose to accommodate new uses. It emphasizes the preservation or rehabilitation of building features over extensive remodeling. This edition of PAS QuickNotes highlights the potential benefits of adaptive reuse and summarizes how local officials and planners can develop and implement a community-wide strategy for promoting adaptive reuse.
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PAS QuickNotes are plain-English briefing papers that explain planning basics for public officials and engaged citizens. APA members and PAS subscribers have access to all PAS QuickNotes in the QN Archive.
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