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Pedestrian malls, streetscapes, and urban spaces

by Harvey M. Rubenstein

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Shopping malls -- United States.,
    • Marketplaces -- United States.,
    • Plazas -- United States.,
    • Urban beautification -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 267) and index.

      StatementHarvey M. Rubenstein.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA6218 .R83 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 272 p. :
      Number of Pages272
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1702006M
      ISBN 100471546801
      LC Control Number92002897

      Management of Traffic-Free Zones. New York: Whitney Library of Design. Hayden, Dolores (). The Power of Place: Urban Landscapes as Public History. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Rubenstein, Harvey M. (). Pedestrian Malls, Streetscapes, and Urban Spaces. . The success of these pedestrian malls varies from very good to very poor in terms of attracting people, linking retail facilities and creating large volumes of pedestrians going through a particular mall. Most pedestrian malls link retail facilities in the old established CBDs of cities of various sizes.

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      Rubenstein attributes the success of European pedestrian malls to “increased urban growth, affluence, a large number of cars, and the Pedestrian Malls, Streetscapes, and Urban Spaces (New York: John Wiley, ), Isenberg‟s book provides a useful analysis of the concept of . Pedestrian malls, the closing of a street to vehicles, is an area of great interest to me. Popular in the s & s, very few had long-term success in North America, most failed and have been reversed. St. Louis’ former 14th Street Pedestrian Mall was such a failure.


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With Pedestrian Malls, Streetscapes, and Urban Spaces, the author revisits these and other more recent urban projects, explaining why some have thrived while others have failed, and reevaluating each one in the context of today's design by: An analysis of the pedestrian malls built during the urban renewal period of the 60's and 70's, and of new urban open space designs.

Explores the trend towards, and away from, full pedestrian malls, and analyzes newer project types, such as festival marketplaces and mixed-use urban spaces. Describes mall development processes such as feasibility analysis, planning and design.

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Describes mall development processes such as feasibility analysis, planning and : Harvey M. Rubenstein. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Pedestrian malls, streetscapes, and urban spaces by Harvey M. Rubenstein,Wiley edition, in EnglishPages: Rubenstein, Harvey M.

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Pedestrian malls, also known as pedestrian streets, are the most common form of pedestrian zone in large cities in the United are typically streets lined with storefronts and closed off to most automobile traffic. Emergency vehicles may have access at all times and delivery vehicles may be restricted to either limited delivery hours or entrances on side streets.

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American downtown pedestrian "malls": rise, fall, and rebirth. Browse more videos. Playing next. Buy Pedestrian Malls, Streetscapes, and Urban Spaces by Harvey M. Rubenstein from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones Author: Harvey M.

Rubenstein. The conclusion reached by the study is that pedestrian malls not only offer visually pleasing and aesthetically rich urban spaces, but also constitute important public spaces in cities that are.

Revisiting Pedestrian Malls Jessica Schmidt Abstract. This article provides an overview of American downtown pedestrian malls of the mid-twentieth century and today by looking at the country’s urban planning policy, economic history and social trends.

A pedestrian mall is characterized as a number ofFile Size: KB. - Explore derobikeracks's board "Urban Streetscapes", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Urban, Urban planning and Urban landscape pins. author of Pedestrian Malls, Streetscapes, and Urban Spaces, A Guide to Site Planning and Landscape Construction and defines it as "the art and science of arranging the uses of portions of land.

Many urban-planning specialists credit Kalamazoo, Mich., with being the first U.S. city to convert a downtown street into a pedestrian mall, 54 years ago. Famed shopping mall architect Victor. This thesis aims to set out an urban design framework, based on pedestrian experiences and pedestrian spaces, in order to take up streets to design or enhance them as pedestrian friendly urban public places.

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As the article states, for them to be successful, open spaces as large as pedestrian malls require sufficient population density in the form of residents, visitors, students, office workers, etc.

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