The wealth of cities: How risky is our suburbanized residential built environment? (Draft)

  • Diana Ka-yan
  • Published 2004


This paper treats the stock of residential units as portfolios of neighbourhood built environments. It describes the frontiers of the portfolios in Toronto and examines their changes between 1991 and 1996. In this paper, I argue that suburbanization has brought about homogenous residential built environments and might have increased the risk of owning a… (More)


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