By 2020, there will be more than 6.4 million new urban residents living in the U.S., according to the U-S.
There are more than a half million urban housing units in the country.
Most of these new residents will be moving to cities in search of new jobs and new opportunities.
Urban redevelopment projects are the most visible and immediate way that new residents can make a change to their local area.
This can be done by planting a new crop of crops in an area and by converting an old one into a new one.
Some of these projects are designed to create urban gardens or transform abandoned lots into green spaces, while others are aimed at beautifying neighborhoods by creating parks and greenways.
The Urban Restoration Initiative, for example, uses a mix of planting, landscaping, and transportation to bring life to a blighted area.
The National Urban Redevelopment Association (NERDA), which works with urban developers and the federal government, supports urban revitalizing projects that make cities livable and walkable.
In the last five years, urban development projects have expanded across the country by nearly 2 million square miles, according to NERDA.
A recent report from NERAD showed that the number of urban projects has risen by a whopping 75 percent in the past five years.
These projects include: New urban farm projects in New York City, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, and Los Angeles.