Mixed-use development: Theory and practice in Amsterdam's Eastern Docklands

  title={Mixed-use development: Theory and practice in Amsterdam's Eastern Docklands},
  author={Eric Hoppenbrouwer and Erik Louw},
  journal={European Planning Studies},
  pages={967 - 983}
Abstract During the last few decades mixed-use development has become an important planning paradigm in various European and North American cities. However, the concept of mixed-use is ambiguous in both theory and practice. In this paper a typology of mixed-use developments is revealed to identify its major components. This typology is then applied to the case study area Eastern Docklands in Amsterdam which is a major urban transformation area in which the concept of mixed-use development has… Expand
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