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Abstract Substantial U.S. population growth in relatively rural areas adjacent to large urban areas is sparking renewed interest in the rural–urban fringe. This research identifies some of the roots of the rural–urban fringe concept and reviews recent scholarly interest in the related exurban...
Abstract Local governments are responsible for financing and providing an array of public services ranging from police, fire, and emergency medical services to streets, parks, and water. Two mechanisms, civic structure and interlocal collaboration, have the potential to solve the problem of...
Abstract This article examines the role of historical preservation in the spatial restructuring of postindustrial cities through a detailed case study of Xintiandi, a preservation–based redevelopment project in the inner city of Shanghai. At Xintiandi, two blocks of Shikumen houses, Shanghainese...
Abstract Berlin represents an unusual case vis–à–vis the international architectural debate about rebuilding cities. The debate generally takes place between neotraditionalists on the one hand and various avant–gardists on the other. But in Berlin, the main representatives of the first camp are...
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