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- Urban Land Institute 2001; US$ 89.99
Packed with color photographs and illustrations, this handbook covers the best practices, techniques, and trends. It explains the development process step-by-step and includes 14 case study examples of new construction, adaptive use, airport-related development, and mixed office and industrial facilities. more...
- Urban Land Institute 1998; US$ 18.99
Author Bill Hudnut draws on his past experience as mayor of Indianapolis to describe his vision for dealing with diversity, encouraging sustainable development, finding alternatives to sprawl, managing technological change, regional collaboration, improving government efficiency, and more. more...
- Urban Land Institute 2008; US$ 44.95
Based on a comprehensive study review by leading urban planning researchers, this investigative document demonstrates how urban development is both a key contributor to climate change and an essential factor in combating it?by reducing vehicle greenhouse gas emissions. more...
- Urban Land Institute 2012; US$ 34.99
This book profiles five fascinating visionaries who exemplify outstanding leadership, a passion for their work, cutting-edge ideas, and a commitment to quality. All winners of the prestigious J. C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development, they include Joseph Riley, mayor of Charleston, South Carolina; Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan; Gerald... more...
- Urban Land Institute 2007; US$ 99.99
Ideal for anyone new to real estate development, the fourth edition of this bestselling book covers each stage of the process step by step, explaining the basics of idea conception, feasibility, planning, financing, market analysis, contract negotiation, construction, marketing, and asset management. Thoroughly updated, the book includes material... more...
- Urban Land Institute 2011; US$ 24.95
The author, who is one of the nation?s leading authorities on managing community growth, provides examples from dozens of communities across the country, as well as state and regional approaches. Brief profiles present overviews of specific problems addressed, techniques utilized, results achieved, and contact information for further research. more...
- Urban Land Institute 2012; US$ 34.99
Based on interviews with colleagues, friends, and enemies, this biography tells the story of how a man without money, experience, or connections became a real estate legend. A visionary and risk taker, Trammell Crow is presented in the book as the pioneer of speculative real estate development, noted for spawning a generation of industry leaders. more...
- Urban Land Institute 2015; US$ 55.99
Henry Cisneros is chairman of Cisneros City Group, which invests in urban real estate and infrastructure projects. He is also chairman of CityView, a partner in building more than 7,000 residential units in 13 states over the last 15 years. He served four terms as mayor of San Antonio and was Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban... more...
- Urban Land Institute 2004; US$ 31.99
A visionary developer and master planner, James Rouse was a key figure in the story of how and why the United States was built the way it was during the last half century. This engaging biography touches upon all aspects of Rouse's life. more...
- Urban Land Institute 2006; US$ 23.99
This book explains in plain terms how developers and planners can involve the community in the development process using the latest community engagement tools. It describes why, in these days of more complex projects and development approval procedures, it pays to win citizen support rather than fight opposition. more...