This collection of essays examines underutilized, abandoned, and
vacant urban land within political, economic, institutional, and
policy contexts. The 11 chapters raise the essential questions: Is
vacant land an opportunity or an obstacle? Are brownfields a legacy
of prior industrial wealth, or of illegal and dangerous
contamination? Is a land inventory vital to community needs for
future growth, or the symbol of political shortsightedness? Is the
reclamation of land the first step in an urban turnaround, or a
giveaway of local assets?
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