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Urban waterfront revitalization the role ofrecreation and heritage. by United States. Department of the Interior. Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service.

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Published by Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


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Making Waves: Principles for Building Toronto’s Waterfront. In , the Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Task Force released a bold vision for the waterfront. Urban Strategies acted as advisor to the Task Force and subsequently was retained by the City to coordinate the translation of this vision into official plan policy. Urban Revitalization With the revitalization of urban downtowns and the construction of residential develop-ments with supporting services, waterfronts have become prime real estate.-Remaking the Urban Waterfront, ULI - the Urban Land Institute Seattle Open Space Waterfront Typology Waterplace Park and Providence Park, Rhode Island, USA. Waterfront communities are encouraged to guide the beneficial use, revitalization, and protection of their waterfront resources through planning and implementing a Local Waterfront Revitalization Program (LWRP). An LWRP is a locally prepared, comprehensive land and water use plan for a community's natural, public, working and developed. waterfront brownfields have often shown themselves to be significant opportunities. While there have been outstanding projects completed over time, the challenge is to provide a framework, so waterfront revitalization can be expedited and made more common, with .

Waterfront Revitalization for Smaller Communities by Robert F. Goodwin (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Format: Paperback.   1. Port Authorities and Urban Redevelopment 2. Tampa 3. San Francisco 4. San Diego 5. Philadelphia and Camden 6. The Changing Waterfront 7. The Rise of the Diversified Port 8. Devolution and the End of Autonomy 9. The Price of Diversification. Notes IndexAuthor: Peter Hendee Brown. Then criteria are developed, which are crucial for a sustainable urban development at the waterfront. These criteria are clarified by examples of planning practice. Keywords. waterfront, sustainability, urban development, urban conversion, urban heritage, urban design, revitalization, transformationAuthor: B. Niemann, T. Werner.   Revitalization of a waterfront is linked to the city’s economic health. A city can afford waterfront redevelopment even in an age of austerity. Amenities—that is, tangible public benefits in the form of facilities, settings, and activities— benefit not only .