This ULI best-seller is the definitive guide to place making for town centers and walkable mixed-use development. The planning, design and development of town centers and urban villages with mixed uses in pedestrian-friendly settings is an essential, timeless foundation of communities that are livable, sustainable, enduring places. This book will help navigate through the unique design and development issues and reveal how to make all elements work together in contemporary development and revitalization of main streets, town centers and urban villages.
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Charles Bohl is an associate professor and director of the Real Estate Development + Urbanism Program at the University of Miami's School of Architecture.Review:
"Ever try to create a mixed-use development? Do not try it without first reading Place Making: Developing Town Centers, Main Streets and Urban Villages by Charles C. Bohl. This excellently researched book describes the state of the art of mixed-use, place-creating developments. The case studies are particularly valuable...The book seamlessly serves a variety of audiences: developers, planners, designers, and general readers interested in urban places." [Source: Review by Douglas Farr, Journal of the American Planning Association, Winter 2004, Vol 70, No. 1.]
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Book Description Urban Land Institute, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110874208866
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