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The politics of place : a history of zoning in Chicago

Author: Joseph P Schwieterman; Dana M Caspall; Jane Heron
Publisher: Chicago, IL : Lake Claremont Press, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph P Schwieterman; Dana M Caspall; Jane Heron
ISBN: 1893121267 9781893121263
OCLC Number: 64685933
Description: ix, 191 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 21 x 26 cm
Contents: Before zoning : early land-use control in Chicago --
Zoning the great city --
Zoning comes of age --
Renewing the city --
PDs : the rise of planned development --
Protecting the neighborhood : downzoning and density controls --
Zoning and in-town living --
A city of skyscrapers --
Aesthetics and urban design --
Aldermen and the community --
Stalemate : the 30-year struggle to overhaul zoning --
A new zoning ordinance --
Appendices A. Planned manufacturing districts --
B. Hyde Park : a fountainhead of research on zoning --
C. The legacy of Richard Babcock --
D. Edward Bassett, 'The father of zoning' --
E. Enforcing the ordinance --
F. The recollections of Harry F. Chaddick --
G. Map of community areas --
H. Administration of Chicago's zoning ordinance.
Other Titles: History of zoning in Chicago
Responsibility: by Joseph P. Schwieterman and Dana M. Caspall ; edited by Jane Heron.

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