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Made for Walking: Density and Neighborhood Form

Julie Campoli
Cambridge, Mass. : Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, ©2012.
9781558442443, 1558442448
"Challenges current notions of space and distance, helping us learn to appreciate and cultivate proximity. A follow-up to Visualizing Density (2007), this book illustrates 12 North American urban neigHborhoods of approximately 125 acres each with hundreds of street-level photographs. Discusses factors of urban form that boost walking and transit use. Visualizes a low-carbon environment in smaller increments and shows how compact development can take shape in different regions and climates"--Provided by publisher.
  • Foreword / Armando Carbonell
  • Everything is somewhere else
  • Five Ds and a P
  • Neighborhood form
  • Twelve places made for walking. LoDo and the Central Platte Valley, Denver, Colorado ; Short North, Columbus, Ohio ; Kitsilano, Vancouver, British Columbia ; Flamingo Park, Miami Beach, Florida ; Little Portugal, Toronto, Ontario ; Eisenhower East, Alexandria, Virginia ; Downtown and Raynolds Addition, Albuquerque, New Mexico ; The Pearl District, Portland, Oregon ; Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York ; Little Italy, San Diego, California ; Cambridgeport, Cambridge, Massachusetts ; Old Pasadena, Pasadena, California
  • Low-carbon neighborhoods
  • The shape of things to come
  • Good bones.
viii, 176 p. : col. ill., col. plans ; 23 x 30 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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