TURB 210-Week 2 Notes: Suburban Growth
TURB 210-Week 2 Notes: Suburban Growth TURB 210
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Date Created: 10/16/15
T URB 210 Continued timeline from previous notes 1 Post 1973 suburbia present a Reconcentration and deconcentralization at a metro scale i Reinvestment in certain central city areas gentrification movement back into the city ii Growth of corporate service economy in central cities iii Planned suburban development growth management within suburban downtowns and edge cities 2 Recap Table Cliff Notes Version of the Suburban Growth Timeline Notes Period ClassStatus Economoy Features How were they produced 0 Late 1800s 0 High Class 0 Mostly retail 0 Walkable 0 PublicPrivat Early 1900s low order 0 Well e investment 0 Early common planned in street cars suburbanizatio 0 Planned n 0 1st Wake suburbs 0 Street Car suburbs 0 19201940 0 Homogeneou 0 Retail 0 Mostly not 0 Government 0 Infill suburbs s 0 Some planned stimulus via 0 Middle Class wholesale 0 Access via infrastructure 0 Some auto and finance manufacturin g 0 19451972 0 Middle Class 0 More diverse 0 Not planned 0 Law Title 0 Freeway and 0 Working class 0 Retail at all 11 spiral wholesale 0 Drivein infrastructure manufacturin strips and finance g malls 0 Some office 0 Sprawling 0 Auto dependent Post Suburbia present Diverse Very diverse everything Some planned developmen t Growth management Suburban downtowns Publicprivate Planning
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