Old Cities/Green Cities: Communities Transform Unmanaged Land

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Vacant land is a common sight in virtually every American city. Scattered among houses in residential areas, especially in distressed neighborhoods, small and large vacant, trash-filled lots contribute to an appearance of blight. Abandoned factories and warehouses--some of which are brownfields with hazardous wastes in their soil--mar waterfronts and old industrial corridors. Large metropolitan communities have been especially affected by the dilemma of abandoned land. Coming to terms with the issues and problems ...

Old Cities/Green Cities: Communities Transform Unmanaged Land 2002, American Planning Association, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9781884829758

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