Re-Newing New Orleans: A Look at Why New Urbanism is the Key to Rebuilding New Orleans
AbstractThe widespread destruction of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina represents a unique opportunity to rebuild the public infrastructure and residential landscape of a major city on a different set of principles for urban planning and design. This exploratory article reviews the social and demographic condition of the city of New Orleans before and after the national disaster, presents new urbanism as a potential framework for urban renewal, and provides a case study of the Hill District in Pittsburgh as a model for local policymakers.
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MCKINNEY, Nicole M; TACKER, Mallory. Re-Newing New Orleans: A Look at Why New Urbanism is the Key to Rebuilding New Orleans. Vanderbilt Undergraduate Research Journal, [S.l.], v. 2, aug. 2006. ISSN 1555-788X. Available at: <http://vurj.vanderbilt.edu/index.php/vurj/article/view/2749>. Date accessed: 20 aug. 2019. doi: https://doi.org/10.15695/vurj.v2i0.2749.
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