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New York neighborhoods : addressing sustainable city principles

Author: Raymond Charles Rauscher
Publisher: Cham : Springer, ©2018.
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This book examines the neighborhoods of New York City to determine to what extent planning in New York addresses Sustainable City Principles (SCPs). Part I looks at the background to planning urban areas in the face of global urban changes. These changes (i.e. population movements and densification of cities) are placing pressures on cities worldwide. Chapter 1 provides a background to these global pressures (i.e.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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(OCoLC)987282555
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond Charles Rauscher
ISBN: 9783319604800 3319604805
OCLC Number: 1003108033
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Contents: Dedication; Book Abstract; Acknowledgments; Contents; Author Biography; List of Abbreviations; List of Addendums; List of Plates; List of Tables; Part I: Global Urban Change; Chapter 1: Global Changes and Implications for Cities; 1.1 Global Urban Changes; 1.2 Futurists and Global Urban Changes; 1.3 United States Cities --
Population and Immigration; 1.4 New York as a Global City; 1.5 Summary; References; Chapter 2: New York and Sustainable City Principles; 2.1 Urban Theorists and Planning Cities; 2.2 Planning New York; 2.3 Sustainable City Principles and Neighborhoods. 2.3.1 Heritage Protection2.3.2 Housing Provision; 2.3.3 Open Spaces Allocation; 2.4 Selecting Case Study Neighborhoods; 2.5 Summary; References; Part II: Manhattan Neighborhoods and Sustainable City Principles; Chapter 3: Lower East Side and Sustainable City Principles; 3.1 Background to Lower East Side; 3.2 Survey of Lower East Side; 3.3 Sustainable City Principles and Development of the Lower East Side; 3.4 District Needs and Issues; 3.5 Case Study --
Seward Park Urban Renewal Area; 3.5.1 Heritage Protection; 3.5.2 Housing Provision; 3.5.3 Open Spaces Allocation; 3.5.4 Findings. 3.6 Conclusions3.7 Summary; Addendum 3.1: Key Needs and Issues Within Manhattan Community District 3 Statement of Needs Report Fiscal Year 2017; References; Chapter 4: Greenwich Village and Sustainable City Principles; 4.1 Background to Greenwich Village; 4.2 Survey of Greenwich Village; 4.3 Sustainable City Principles and Development of Greenwich Village; 4.4 District Needs and Issues; 4.5 Case Study --
Hudson Square Redevelopment; 4.5.1 Heritage Protection; 4.5.2 Housing Provision; 4.5.3 Open Spaces Allocation; 4.5.4 Findings; 4.6 Conclusions; 4.7 Summary. Addendum 4.1: Key Needs and Issues of Manhattan Community District 2 Statement of Needs Report Fiscal Year 2017References; Chapter 5: Hell's Kitchen and Sustainable City Principles; 5.1 Background to Hell's Kitchen; 5.2 Survey of Hell's Kitchen; 5.3 Sustainable City Principles and Development of Hell's Kitchen; 5.4 District Needs and Issues; 5.5 Case Study --
Hudson Yards Redevelopment; 5.5.1 Heritage Protection; 5.5.2 Housing Provision; 5.5.3 Open Spaces Allocation; 5.5.4 Findings; 5.6 Conclusions; 5.7 Summary. Addendum 5.1: Key Needs and Issues Within Manhattan Community District 4 Statement of Needs Report Fiscal Year 2017References; Part III: Brooklyn Neighborhoods and Sustainable City Principles; Chapter 6: DUMBO and Sustainable City Principles; 6.1 Background to DUMBO; 6.2 Survey of DUMBO; 6.3 Sustainable City Principles and Development of DUMBO; 6.4 District Needs and Issues; 6.5 Case Study --
East River Foreshores Redevelopment; 6.5.1 Heritage Protection; 6.5.2 Housing Provision; 6.5.3 Open Spaces Allocation; 6.5.4 Findings; 6.6 Conclusions; 6.7 Summary.
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