Excellent question! Richmond, VA is about the same population and is experience similar change --you might look to their news or ask folks there. It sounds like your city is doing the right things, setting clear expectations in advance. The events are positive for local culture and for property values. As a neighborhood changes, turnover is expected. Some residents will want to have that activity close at hand, and others will move a few blocks away from it.Mobility seems key. Reinvesting in bike-ped and car alternatives helps limit inconvenience when normal car traffic is disrupted.