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The Option of Urbanism: Investing in a New American Dream
Americans are voting with their feet to abandon strip malls and suburban sprawl, embracing instead a new type of community where they can live, work, shop, and play within easy walking distance. InExpand
Urban parks and open space
Describes how 15 derelict areas of the United States were developed into thriving new parks and offers advice to public agencies and private developers on how to go about revitalizing urban areas.Expand
Walk this way: The economic promise of walkable places in Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
n Residents of more walkable places have lower transportation costs and higher transit access, but also higher housing costs. Residents of more walkable neighborhoods in metropolitan WashingtonExpand
Back to the Future : The Need for Patient Equity in Real Estate Development Finance 1
Over the past decade, the real estate fi eld has begun applying many of the development strategies employed by a number of iconic developers active before 1940. J.C. Nichols (Country Club Plaza inExpand
Foot Traffic Ahead: Ranking Walkable Urbanism in America's Largest Metros
This report ranks the 30 largest U.S. metropolitan areas based on walkable urban places (WalkUPs). The methodology for the rankings are outlined along with a description of the categories of the 558Expand
Financing New Urbanism
Christopher B. Leinberger & Robert Davis The last decade has seen the beginning of a great debate about American real estate development, one that that has raised profound questions about how weExpand
Creating Alternatives to the Standard Real Estate Types (The Need for Alternatives to the Nineteen Standard Real Estate Product Types) [Research and Debate]
The Need for Alternatives to the Nineteen Standard Real Estate Product Types Christopher B. Leinberger Retrofitting the suburbs is the challenge for the current and future generations of planners,Expand
Urbanizing the Suburbs
The dawning of the twenty-first century in the United States has seen a structural shift in how the country creates its built environment (defined as infrastructure and real estate). The suburbs haveExpand
Markus Hesse Suburbs : the next slum ? Explorations into the contested terrain of social construction and political discourse
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