[David A. Wallace], an influential urban planner who spent decades reviving downtowns and waterfronts, most notably Baltimore's Inner Harbor, was found dead along with his wife Monday in their Philadelphia home.
"David Wallace was a giant in his field," said Gary Hack, dean of the University of Pennsylvania School of Design where Wallace taught planning and urban design for 17 years. "The work he did on the Inner Harbor in Baltimore was a model of how cities should revitalize their waterfronts."
DAVID A. WALLACE. He dedicated himself to reviving urban areas and waterfronts, and his work took him to Manhattan and Los Angeles. His plan to rebuild Baltimore's Inner Harbor is considered one of the great urban renewal successes.; PHOTOGRAPHER: Philadelphia Inquirer