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The city after abandonment / edited by Margaret Dewar and June Manning Thomas
1st ed
Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2012
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  HT175 .C49 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Urban renewal -- United States
City planning -- United States
Urban policy -- United States
Physical Description vi, 388p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [317]-372) and index
Contents Community gardens and urban agriculture as antithesis to abandonment: exploring a citizenship-land model / Laura Lawson and Abbilyn Miller -- Building affordable housing in cities after abandonment: the case of low income housing tax credit developments in Detroit / Lan Deng -- Detroit art city: urban decline, aesthetic production, public interest / Andrew Herscher -- Decline-oriented urban governance in Youngstown, Ohio / Laura Schatz -- Targeting neighborhoods, stimulating markets: the role of political, institutional, and technical factors in three cities / Dale E. Thomson -- Recovery in a shrinking city: challenges to rightsizing post-Katrina New Orleans / Renia Ehrenfeucht and Marla Nelson -- Missing New Orleans: lessons from the CDC sector on vacancy, abandonment, and reconstructing the Crescent City / Jeffrey S. Lowe and Lisa K. Bates -- What helps or hinders nonprofit developers in reusing vacant, abandoned, and contaminated property? / Margaret Dewar -- Targeting strategies of three Detroit CDCs / June Manning Thomas -- Strategic thinking for distressed neighborhoods / Robert A. Beauregard -- The promise of sustainability planning for regenerating older industrial cities / Joseph Schilling and Raksha Vasudevan -- Rightsizing shrinking cities: the urban design dimenstion / Brent D. Ryan -- Planning for better, smaller places after population loss: lessons from Youngstown and Flint / Margaret Dewar, Christina Kelly, and Hunter Morrison
NOTE 506772
Series City in the twenty-first century book series
Alternate Author Dewar, Margaret E. (Margaret Elizabeth), 1948-
Thomas, June Manning

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