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  1. Message from the President

    Redeveloping Our Cities for the Future
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2014

    When I was a scholar at Cambridge University in the 1990s, my now-departed colleague and friend Wynne Godley would drop by on Sundays to take me to visit one of the ubiquitous medieval churches in...

  2. Will a Greenbelt Help to Shrink Detroit’s Wasteland?

    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2014

    The first installment in a two-part series, this article outlines the fiscal causes and repercussions of Detroit’s surplus of vacant, publicly held property, and considers the prospect of...

  3. Faculty Profile

    David Vetter
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2014

    David Vetter (Ph.D., University of California) has worked for more than four decades on urban finance and economics issues in Latin America. He taught and conducted urban research in Brazil for 17...

  4. Hidden City

    Beijing’s Subterranean Housing Market
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2014
    Annette M. Kim

    More than one million people are living in apartments underground in Beijing. These small, often windowless dwellings are, for many workers, the only affordable housing option near jobs in the city...

  5. Report from the President

    Carrying on the Mission of the Lincoln Institute
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2014

    It is an honor to follow Gregory K. Ingram as the fifth president of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (see page 28), and to join you for my inaugural issue of Land Lines. It will be a challenge...

  6. Winning Strategies for Climate Resilience

    Helen Lochhead Considers Rebuild by Design
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2014

    In response to Hurricane Sandy, the Rebuild by Design competition challenged architects, engineers, and planners to promote climate resilience through innovative planning and design. In this...

  7. Putting People First

    10 Steps Toward Pedestrian-Friendly Suburbs
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2014
    Lynn Richards

    Communities across the United States are rescaling their suburban landscapes from places built for cars to vibrant, walkable places built for people. The incoming president of the Congress for the...

  8. Journalists Forum on Land and the Built Environment

    Urban Infrastructure
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2014

    Forty journalists gathered in Cambridge last spring to talk about infrastructure: who it’s for, how to plan and pay for it, and why we need smarter investments for 21st-century urban...

  9. Faculty Profile

    Adam H. Langley
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2014

    Adam H. Langley is a senior research analyst in the Department of Valuation and Taxation at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Previously, Langley worked for the New York State Assembly. He earned...

  10. Report from the President

    Education, Land, and Location
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2014
    Gregory K. Ingram

    For the past eight years, each of our annual land policy conferences has addressed a different theme; last year’s explored the changing links between education, land, and location in light of the...

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