How immigrants can revive America's blighted neighborhoods

Once an immigration battleground, Hispanics now drive this town’s economy

As cities like Detroit and Baltimore struggle to find ways to revitalize their abandoned buildings, a new study has found that immigrants might hold the key to bring new life to blighted neighborhoods.

However, entities that manage distressed properties — called landbanks — have ignored them.

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