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The university as urban developer : case studies and analysis / David C. Perry and Wim Wiewel, editors.

Contributor(s): Perry, David C [editor.] | Wiewel, Wim [editor.] | Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Cities and contemporary society. Publisher: London : Routledge, 2005Description: xiv, 330 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780765616418 (paperback) .Subject(s): Community and college -- United States -- Case studies | Urban universities and colleges -- Environmental aspects -- United States -- Case studies | Community development, Urban -- United States -- Case studies | Real estate development -- United States -- Case studiesDDC classification: 378.103 UNI Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Contents List of Tables, Figures, and Maps Foreword, Rosalind Greenstein Preface Part 1 Introduction 1. From Campus to City: The University as Developer David C. Perry and Wim Wiewel Part 2 The Campus and the City: Neighborhood, Downtown, and Citywide Development Section 1. The Campus and Its Neighborhood 2. The University of Pittsburgh and the Oakland Neighborhood: From Conflict to Cooperation, or How the 800-Pound Gorilla Learned to Sit with-and not on-Its Neighbors Sabina Deitrick and Tracy Soska 3. Columbia University's Heights: An Ivory Tower and Its Communities Peter Marcuse 4. The University of Chicago and Its Neighbors: A Case Study in Community Development Henry S. Webber Section 2. The University and the Central City 5. The University as a Vehicle for Inner-City Renewal: The University of Washington, Tacoma Brian Coffey and Yonn Dierwechter 6. Auraria Higher Education Center and Denver Inner-City Development Robert Kronewitter 7. The Political Strategies Behind University Development: Two Philadelphia Cases Elizabeth Strom Section 3. The University as a Collaborator in Urban Development 8. The University as an Engine for Downtown Renewal in Atlanta Lawrence R. Kelley and Carl V. Patton 9. University Involvement in Downtown Revitalization: Managing Political and Financial Risks Scott Cummings, Mark S. Rosentraub, Mary Domahidy, and Sarah Coffin 10. Ryerson University and Toronto's Dundas Square Metropolis Project David Amborski Part 3 University Development Practices: Acquisition, Finance, Development, and the Deal 11. An Overview of University Real Estate Investment Practices Ziona Austrian and Jill S. Norton 12. Leasing for Profit and Control: The Case of Victoria University at the University of Toronto Larry R. Kurtz 13. The Little Fish Swallows the Big Fish: Financing the DePaul Center in Chicago Kenneth McHugh 14. No Such Thing as Vacant Land: Northeastern University and Davenport Commons Allegra Calder, Gabriel Grant, and Holly Hart Muson 15. Campus Partners and The Ohio State University: A Case Study in Enlightened Self-Interest David Dixon and Peter J. Roche Part 4 Lessons Learned 16. Private Choices and Public Obligations: The Ethics of University Real Estate Development Rachel Weber, Nik Theodore, and Charles Hoch 17. Ivory Towers No More: Academic Bricks and Sticks Wim Wiewel and David C. Perry About the Editors and Contributors Index.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents
List of Tables, Figures, and Maps
Foreword, Rosalind Greenstein
Preface
Part 1
Introduction
1. From Campus to City: The University as Developer
David C. Perry and Wim Wiewel
Part 2
The Campus and the City: Neighborhood, Downtown, and Citywide Development
Section 1. The Campus and Its Neighborhood
2. The University of Pittsburgh and the Oakland Neighborhood: From Conflict to
Cooperation, or How the 800-Pound Gorilla Learned to Sit with-and not on-Its
Neighbors
Sabina Deitrick and Tracy Soska
3. Columbia University's Heights: An Ivory Tower and Its Communities
Peter Marcuse
4. The University of Chicago and Its Neighbors:
A Case Study in Community Development
Henry S. Webber
Section 2. The University and the Central City
5. The University as a Vehicle for Inner-City Renewal:
The University of Washington, Tacoma
Brian Coffey and Yonn Dierwechter
6. Auraria Higher Education Center and Denver Inner-City Development
Robert Kronewitter
7. The Political Strategies Behind University Development: Two Philadelphia Cases
Elizabeth Strom
Section 3. The University as a Collaborator in Urban Development
8. The University as an Engine for Downtown Renewal in Atlanta
Lawrence R. Kelley and Carl V. Patton
9. University Involvement in Downtown Revitalization:
Managing Political and Financial Risks
Scott Cummings, Mark S. Rosentraub, Mary Domahidy, and Sarah Coffin
10. Ryerson University and Toronto's Dundas Square Metropolis Project
David Amborski
Part 3
University Development Practices: Acquisition, Finance, Development, and the Deal
11. An Overview of University Real Estate Investment Practices
Ziona Austrian and Jill S. Norton
12. Leasing for Profit and Control:
The Case of Victoria University at the University of Toronto
Larry R. Kurtz
13. The Little Fish Swallows the Big Fish: Financing the DePaul Center in Chicago
Kenneth McHugh
14. No Such Thing as Vacant Land: Northeastern University and Davenport Commons
Allegra Calder, Gabriel Grant, and Holly Hart Muson
15. Campus Partners and The Ohio State University:
A Case Study in Enlightened Self-Interest
David Dixon and Peter J. Roche
Part 4
Lessons Learned
16. Private Choices and Public Obligations:
The Ethics of University Real Estate Development
Rachel Weber, Nik Theodore, and Charles Hoch
17. Ivory Towers No More: Academic Bricks and Sticks
Wim Wiewel and David C. Perry
About the Editors and Contributors
Index.

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