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16 Corporate Center Strategy

16 Corporate Center Strategy - Skywalks and Tunnels...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/14/11 The Corporate Center Strategy Attracting the Middle Class to the city – as visitors Part of response to crisis Increased social services Increased policing Reshaping downtowns 1966- 2005 Busch Memorial Stadium Gateway Arch 196 5
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3/14/11 World Trade Center, 1971 Business to the core – Office Space Service economy downtown
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3/14/11 Anti-urban glass towers- emphasis on interior spaces and corridors
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3/14/11 Renaissance Center, Detroit 1973-1977 1960-1984 30 largest cities added space equaling 250 Empire State Buildings
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3/14/11 Citicorp Tower, 1977 Modernist Architecture anti-urban ahistorical "air-dropped pieces of suburbia"
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3/14/11 Obliterating the street
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Unformatted text preview: 3/14/11 Skywalks and Tunnels Rockefeller Empire State Plaza, Albany, 1973 3/14/11 Newark, NJ Gateway Center Penn Station Built in stages, 1971-1980s 3/14/11 Tourism Convention Centers Stadiums - two generations Riverfront (1970) Camden Yards, Baltimore (1992) Jacobs Field, Cleveland (1994) 3/14/11 Retail Revival? Urban Malls (Suburban Model) Urban Shops Quincy Market, Boston (1976) Harborplace, Baltimore (1980) Reading Terminal Market, Philadelphia (1994) James Rouse – mall developer turned urban planner Suburban, tourist sanctuaries in the city parking, white people Partial solutions at best...
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