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Author Amirtahmasebi, Rana
Title Regenerating Urban Land : A Practitioner's Guide to Leveraging Private Investment
Imprint Herndon : World Bank Publications, 2016
©2015
book jacket
Descript 1 online resource (479 pages)
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computer c rdamedia
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Series Urban Development
Urban Development
Note Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- Executive Summary -- How to Use This Book -- Abbreviations -- Part I: Guidebook -- 1. Process -- Phase 1: Scoping -- Phase 2: Planning -- Phase 3: Financing -- Phase 4: Implementation -- Notes -- References -- 2. Assets -- First Asset: Land -- Second Asset: Community -- Third Asset: Environment -- Notes -- References -- 3. Social Impacts -- Social Equity Aspects of Regeneration -- Managing the Potential Undesirable Impacts of Urban Regeneration: Gentrification and Loss of Social Capital -- Final Words -- Notes -- References -- Part II: Case Studies -- 4. Puerto Madero: Regenerating a Port Area in the Historic District of Buenos Aires -- Introduction -- Context and Background -- Phase 1: Scoping -- Phase 2: Planning -- Phase 3: Financing and Implementation -- Outcomes and Impacts -- Notes -- References -- People Interviewed -- 5. Santiago's Repopulation Program: A Successful Strategy for Regenerating a Shrinking City -- Introduction -- Context and Background -- Phase 1: Scoping -- Phase 2: Planning -- Phase 3: Financing and Implementation -- Outcomes and Impacts -- Notes -- References -- People Interviewed -- 6. Shanghai: Regenerating a Historic Neighborhood through Commercial Development -- Introduction -- Context and Background -- Phase 1: Scoping -- Phase 2: Planning -- Phase 3: Financing and Implementing -- Outcomes and Impacts -- Notes -- References -- People Interviewed -- 7. Ahmedabad: Reclaiming the Sabarmati Riverfront -- Introduction -- Context and Background -- Phase 1: Scoping -- Phase 2: Planning -- Phase 3: Financing and Implementation -- Outcomes and Impacts -- Notes -- References -- People Interviewed -- 8. Seoul: Downtown Regeneration through Restoration of the Cheonggyecheon Stream -- Introduction -- Context and Background
Phase 1: Scoping -- Phase 2: Planning -- Phase 3: Financing and Implementation -- Outcomes and Impacts -- Notes -- References -- 9. Washington, DC's Anacostia Waterfront Initiative: Revitalizing the Forgotten River -- Introduction -- Context and Background -- Phase 1: Scoping -- Phase 2: Planning -- Phase 3: Financing and Implementation -- Outcomes and Impacts -- Statistical Annex -- Notes -- References -- People Interviewed -- 10. Singapore: Urban Redevelopment of the Singapore City Waterfront -- Introduction -- Context and Background -- Beginnings of Urban Renewal -- Redevelopment of the Golden Shoe District -- Singapore River: Urban Revitalization through Environmental Cleanup and Conservation -- Marina Bay: Building a Global City -- Notes -- References -- 11. Johannesburg: Aligning Diverse Prophecies for Revitalizing a Declining Inner City -- Introduction -- Context and Background -- Phase 1: Scoping -- Phase 2: Planning -- Phase 3: Financing and Implemention -- Outcomes and Impacts -- Notes -- References -- People Interviewed -- Boxes -- 1.1 Decades of the "visioning" process in the regeneration of Johannesburg's inner city -- 1.2 The case of Santiago, Chile: Analysis of sprawl and the cost of providing infrastructure -- 1.3 An example of macroanalysis and microanalysis -- 1.4 Feasibility study for Sabarmati Riverfront development project -- 1.5 What determines the character of an urban area? -- 1.6 Urban development corporations -- 1.7 Types of public-private cooperation -- 1.8 The Anacostia Waterfront Initiative: Planning process -- 1.9 City improvement districts in Johannesburg, South Africa -- 1.10 Use of TIF in financing the redevelopment of Atlantic Station in Atlanta, Georgia -- 1.11 Financing the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project through special assessments -- 1.12 Urban development zone tax incentives in Johannesburg, South Africa
1.13 Direct land deal between the Shanghai government and developers paved the way for the regeneration of Xintiadi -- 1.14 Land in exchange for redevelopment: an experiment in Washington, DC -- 1.15 Federal land as an equity contribution to Corporación Antiguo Puerto Madero Sociedad Anónima in Buenos Aires, Argentina -- 1.16 Continuous political leadership can ensure the success of regeneration projects -- 1.17 Implementation strategy for the Sabarmati riverfront development in Ahmedabad, India -- 1.18 Government-initiated renegotiations in the development of Taipingqiao in Shanghai, China -- 1.19 Parallel phasing strategy in restoration of the Cheonggyecheon stream in Seoul, Republic of Korea -- 1.20 The phasing plan for the Taipingqiao development in Shanghai, China -- 2.1 Cooperation between the Serbian central government agencies and local governments in converting surplus military property into civilian use property -- 2.2 Land and compensation in the Sabarmati riverfront development -- 2.3 A hypothetical scenario using the urban development scheme in Japan -- 2.4 Mandatory land acquisition in Singapore -- 2.5 Inventory and valuation of public land assets in Ahmedabad, India -- 2.6 International experience on vacant land taxation -- 2.7 Evolution of zoning regulations in Ahmedabad, India -- 2.8 Environmental river cleanup in three cities: Ahmedabad, Singapore, and Washington, DC -- 3.1 Vertical resettlement: A tool for urban regeneration -- 3.2 Inclusionary zoning practices in New York City -- 4.1 Chronology of plans for the Puerto Madero area: The resilience of planning ideas -- 4.2 The 1989 economic crisis and public sector reform -- 5.1 Background studies for Santiago's renovation plan -- 5.2 The Santiago Development Corporation -- 5.3 Two pilot projects -- 5.4 Private developer's testimony -- 6.1 Tiandi projects
7.1 The Indian Administrative Service -- 7.2 C G road development -- 7.3 Financial feasibility plan -- 8.1 A note on project financing: Missed opportunities -- 9.1 AWI's framework planning themes -- 9.2 Summary of AWI's outcomes -- 10.1 Singapore's resettlement policies -- 10.2 Singapore's planning process -- 10.3 The prominent role of the Housing and Development Board in Singapore's urban development -- 10.4 History of the Singaporean Urban Redevelopment Authority -- 10.5 Urban conservation in Singapore -- 10.6 Blending the old and the new in China Square -- 11.1 The affordable housing company rental model -- Figures -- ES.1 Tools for urban regeneration -- 1.1 Defining the process of urban regeneration projects -- 1.2 The scoping process -- 1.3 The planning process for urban regeneration projects -- 1.4 Process and elements of a master plan -- 1.5 Triangular implementation system for the Cheonggyecheon Restoration Project -- 1.6 Financial tools for urban regeneration projects -- 1.7 Implementation phase of the urban regeneration process -- 2.1 Land tools -- 2.2 Spectrum of land ownership in Ahmedabad, India -- B2.2.1 Melavni-like process for land readjustment in Ahmedabad, India -- B2.3.1 Illustration of a hypothetical urban development scheme in Japan -- 4.1 Current CAPMSA organizational structure -- 4.2 The strategic plan of the Antiguo Puerto Madero, 1990 -- 4.3 CAPMSA land sales, 1989-2013 -- 4.4 Average residential price in Puerto Madero, 2000-13 -- 5.1 Growth trends in the Santiago metropolitan region, 1990-2002 -- 5.2 Price variation and area of land offered, quarterly periods, 1982-2013 -- 6.1 Organizational structure of the Shanghai government -- 6.2 Components of the Taipingqiao project development -- 6.3 Timeline for the Taipingqiao neighborhood redevelopment, 1996-2020 -- 7.1 Organizational chart, Ahmedabad municipal corporation
7.2 Land collateral and development rights -- 8.1 Differing ideas about restoration and regeneration -- 8.2 Triangular implementation system of the Cheonggyecheon restoration project -- 8.3 Phased strategy for the urban regeneration of downtown Seoul initiated by the restoration project -- 8.4 Construction process of the Cheonggyecheon restoration project, July 2003-September 2004 -- 8.5 Cross-section of the Cheonggyecheon stream -- 8.6 Double-box sewage treatment system -- 8.7 Physical changes in building stock and location choices in the 10 years since the restoration, 2003-12 -- 8.8 Population changes in Seoul and downtown, 1975-2010 -- 9.1 Rendering of the Yards project -- 11.1 Johannesburg's political governance system -- 11.2 Administrative governance of the city of Johannesburg -- 11.3 Office buildings vacancy rates in the inner city of Johannesburg, 2003-08 -- 11.4 Growth in rental income from office buildings, 2003-08 -- Maps -- B1.20.1 Master plan of the Taipingqiao neighborhood and changes in the phasing plan -- B2.5.1 Public land inventory in Ahmedabad, India, showing land owned by the state and central governments, 2013 -- B2.5.2 Public land inventory in Ahmedabad, India, showing land owned by the Ahmedabad municipal corporation, 2013 -- 4.1 Puerto Madero, Argentina -- 4.2 CABA's jurisdictions: 15 comunas and 47 neighborhoods -- 4.3 CAPMSA illustration of the master plan, 2014 -- 4.4 First stage: Sale in stages of 16 west side warehouses -- 5.1 Santiago, Chile -- 5.2 Distribution and size of vacant land in the metropolitan area of Santiago, 2012 -- 5.3 Land value in Santiago's municipal district, 2011 -- 5.4 SUR allocated in the Santiago municipal district, January-September 2008 -- 5.5 Housing market stock average annual growth rate, 2002-12 -- 5.6 The SMR's population annual growth rate for two census periods, 1992-2002 and 2002-12
5.7 Distribution of building permits in the Santiago municipal district, 1990-2012
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Amirtahmasebi, Rana Regenerating Urban Land : A Practitioner's Guide to Leveraging Private Investment Herndon : World Bank Publications,c2016 9781464804731
Subject Cities and towns - Growth
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Alt Author Orloff, Mariana
Wahba, Sameh
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