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2006: PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

New York Confronts the Limits of Growth
By Frank Braconi

The City Builds Where There
is No Room to Grow
By Kimberly Miller & Mark Alexander

The Tentative Bronx Comeback
By Julia Vitullo-Martin

Toward a More Inclusionary Zoning
By Peter T. Beck

Erasing a Historic Past What Went Wrong With the Brooklyn Waterfront Plans
By Lisa Kersavage

Guiding New York City's Economic Growth
By Pamela Hannigan

Governors Island: Which Comes First, the Deal or
the Plan?
By Robert Pirani

 

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2005: Historic Preservation

Manhattan's Historic
Financial District
By Alex Herrera

Small Town Main Streets
By Nan Stolzenburg

Funding and Community Revitalization Programs of The National Trust for Historic Preservation
By Erica Stewart

Preserving Manhattan's Historic Facades
By Jonathan Raible

An Interview with Julian
Adams
By Joshua Kahr

Retail Revitalization in Cleveland
By Michael J. Berne

The Red Hook, Brooklyn Waterfront: Will Ikea See
the Light?
By Alexandros E. Washburn

Landmarks of the Memory:
An Essay
By Simon M. Kristak



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2003: manhattan's
residential market

At the Top of the Market: Manhattanís Multi-Million Dollar Apartment Market
By Lawrence Sicular with
Damien Scott

Recycling Old Buildings: A Case for More Residential Use in the Financial District
By Bryce MacDonald

Urban Growth and Character: A Comparison of New York City and Washington, DC
By Gail Shaffer

Does Location Really Matter?
By Lawrence Sicular

 





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