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The past and future city
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United States
LCC: NA9053.H76 M44 2016 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 711/.4 full
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Lccn: 2016938037
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"In The Past and Future City, Stephanie Meeks, the president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, describes in detail, and with unique empirical research, the many ways that saving and restoring historic fabric can help a city create thriving neighborhoods, good jobs, and a vibrant economy. She explains the critical importance of preservation for all our communities, the ways the historic preservation field has evolved to embrace the challenges of the twenty-first century, and the innovative work being done in the preservation space now"--Provided by publisher.
Table Of Contents
Introduction: The Powers of Place
Downtown Is For People: Competing Visions of the Ideal American City
Older, Smaller, Better: How Older Buildings Enhance Urban Vitality
Making It Work for Your City: Unleashing the Power and Potential of Historic Fabric
Buildings Reborn: Keeping Historic Properties in Active Use
Our Diverse History: Towards More Inclusive History and Communities
Mitigating the Great Inversion: The Problems of Affordability and Displacement
The Greenest Buildings: Preservation, Climate Change, and the Environment
Conclusion: The Future of the Past: Livable Cities and the Future of Preservation.
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Meeks, Stephanie, past and future city
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Murphy, Kevin C., 1974- past and future city