Journal Paper
Morphological Change Through Residential Redevelopment

Morphological Change Through Residential Redevelopment
Detroit, 1951-2000

This study examines the morphological changes that occur when residential redevelopment takes place in severely deteriorated inner-city areas. Six large redevelopments completed between 1990 and 2000 in Detroit, Michigan, USA are examined. Seven morphological characteristics of the new housing are compared with those of the housing that existed in 1951.

abstract

Title Morphological Change Through Residential Redevelopment
Authors Brent D. Ryan
Type of Publication
Journal Paper
Journal
Urban Morphology
Volume
10
Issue
1
ISSN
1027-4278
Date of Publication
Feb 1, 2006
Publisher
International Seminar on Urban Form
Location
London, UK

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