Central Melbourne experienced decline in the 1980s, with many residents and businesses moving to the suburbs. The Cerebral City highlights approaches which revitalized the city’s public spaces, including laneways, streets and gathering spaces, and supported the residential population to grow from 5 people in 1992 to 29,000 today.
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