Rebuilding Urban Neighborhoods

Title

Rebuilding Urban Neighborhoods

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Description

Twelve contributions examine some of the most troubled neighborhoods in American cities today, including Atlanta's Peoplestown; Camden, New Jersey; Detroit's inner city; and New York City's Red Hook neighborhood. Contributors, primarily professors in the field of urban planning, review past federal, state, and city policies and provide assessments of the latest federal initiative, the Empowerment Zone, finding some signs of revival but inevitably as an overlay to persistent poverty and social problems.

ISBN

0761906916

Publication Date

1999

Publisher

Sage Publications

City

Thousand Oaks, CA

Keywords

urban renewal, United States, urban planning

Disciplines

Housing Law | Land Use Law | Urban Studies

Comments

D.Keating & N. Krumholz eds.

Rebuilding Urban Neighborhoods

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