Case Study: The Valley of AshesNew York City’s Next Great Neighborhood?OutroOutubro 2018Donovan Finn
Willets Point is an industrial neighborhood in NYC target of multiple redevelopment efforts. Significant opposition stalled these efforts. Debates continue over what should be built on the land.
Case Study: Negotiated ValueCommunity Amenity Contributions and Value Capture in the City of VancouverOutroOutubro 2019Neal LaMontagne
The case study reviews the Community Amenity Contribution (CAC) policy in Vancouver, BC. CACs are either fixed-rate or negotiated charges levied on new development through rezoning.
Faculty ProfileLavea BrachmanRevista Land LinesOutubro 2002
Lavea Brachman is a lawyer and a city planner who has worked and taught in the area of community involvement in brownfields redevelopment projects for the last decade. She is currently director of...
Faculty ProfileMargaret DewarRevista Land LinesJulho 2006
Margaret Dewar is the Emil Lorch Professor of Architecture and Urban Planning at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan. She directs the Detroit...
The Case of the Disappearing CityRedistribution without GrowthDocumentos de TrabalhoAbril 2001Barry Lentnek, Alex Anas, and Jean-Claude Thill
Given the durability of real property and the rapidity of structural economic change during the past twenty years, many areas of central cities are bereft of significant economic value and are...
Land Lines, April 2019Revista Land LinesAbril 2019Edited by Katharine Wroth
This issue explores the future of cities, with features on scenario planning, autonomous vehicles, inclusionary housing and the YIMBY movement, and green infrastructure in legacy cities.
Land Lines, September 2000Revista Land LinesSetembro 2000Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue looks at the need to redevelop low-value brownfield properties that are often neglected in marginal U.S. urban communities; and land policy issues tied to traditions of patrimonialism and...
Land Lines, November 1995Revista Land LinesNovembro 1995Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
This issue explores challenges and new perspectives tied to land valuation and taxation policies amid the interplay of global and local economic forces in Taiwan, Korea, and Japan. It also sheds...
Land Lines, January 2004Revista Land LinesJaneiro 2004Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue features the effects of government-run land acquisition on China’s economic future; land-value taxation as a method of promoting smart growth in the U.S.; the need for regional,...
Place DatabaseHouston-Area Brownfields Located in Flood ZonesRevista Land LinesAbril 2018
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the Environmental Protection Agency reported that 13 of the 41 federal Superfund sites in Texas had flooded. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality lists...