US Mayors website information on CEO's in Cities
Benfield, Kaid, Raimi, Matthew and Chen, Donald,
There Were Greenfields; How Urban Sprawl Is Undermining America's Environment,
Economy, and Social Fabric (Natural Resources Defense Council,
Blakeley and Snyder, Fortress America: Gated
and Walled Communities in the United States (Washington, D.C.:
Brookings Institution, 1997).
Downs, Anthony. New Visions for Metropolitan America. (Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution; and Cambridge, MA: The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 1994).
Garvin, Alexander, The American City: What
Works and What Doesn't
(New York: McGraw-Hill, 1995).
Garvin, Alexander & Gail Berens & Christopher
Leinberger, Urban Parks and Open Space (Urban
Land Institute: 1997).
Ewing, Reid. Best Development Practices. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Community Affairs, 1995.
Girouard, Mark. Cities & People. (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1985).
Gratz, Roberta Brandies & Mintz, Norman, Cities
Back from the Edge-New Life for Downtown (New York: Preservation
Press, Wiles and Sons, 1998).
Hylton, Thomas, Save our Lands, Save our
Towns (Preservation Pennsylvania).
Jacobs, Jane. The Death and Life of Great American Cities. New York: Vintage Books, 1961.
National Trust for Historic Preservation, Revitalizing
Downtown (National Trust for Historic Preservation).
Nelessen, Anton, Visions for a New American
Dream (APA Planners
Norquist, John O., The Wealth of Cities-Revitalizing
the Centers of American Life (Perseus Books: 2000).
Simons, Robert, Turning Brownfields into
Greenbacks (Urban Land
Stegman, Michael & Diane R. Suchman, State
and Local Affordable Housing Programs: A Rich Tapestry (Urban
Land Institute: 1999).
Suarez, Ray, The Old Neighborhood--What
We Lost in the Great Suburban Migration: 1966-1999 (Free
Sutro, Suzanne, Reinventing the Village
(APA Planners Press).
Urban Land Institute, New Uses for Obsolete
Buildings (Urban Land Institute:
Explaining Urban Density and Transit to Decrease Auto Dependence and Costs. Holtzclaw, John. San Francisco, CA: Natural Resources Defense Council; and Costa Mesa, CA: California Home Energy Efficiency Rating Systems, 1994.
High Tech Specialization: A Comparison of High Technology Centers. Brookings Institution, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, Washington, DC: January 2001.
How To Turn a Place Around: A Handbook for Creating Successful Public Spaces.Project for Public Places, New York City, NY: March 2001.
How Transportation and Community Partnerships are Shaping America. Project for Public Places.(American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, 2000)
The Implications of Changing U.S. Demographics for Housing Choice and Location in U.S. Cities. Brookings Institution Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, (March 2001.)
Incentive Zoning: Meeting Urban Design and Affordable Housing Objectives, (PAS Report 494 September 2000 by Marya Morris, AICP)
Laws of the Landscape: How Policies Shape Cities in Europe and America. Nivola, Pietro S.(Brookings Institution, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, Washington, DC: February 1999).
A New Era in Urban Education? Ravitch, Diane. (Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, Policy Brief #35, August 1998).
The New Metropolitan Reality: Where the Rubber Meets the Road in Antipoverty Policy. Hughes, Mark Alan and Julie E. Sternberg.Washington, DC: The Urban Institute, 1992.
New Mission for Brownfields: Attacking Sprawl by Revitalizing Older Communities. National Governors Association. Washington, DC. October 2000.
Office Sprawl: The Evolving Geography of Business. Robert E. Lang. Brookings Institution, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, Washington, DC: November 2000.
Real Towns: Making your Neighborhood Work. Center for Livable Communities at the Local Government Commission. Sacramento, CA January 2001.
A Report on the Changing Realities of Cities. The Council for Invesment in the New American City--a partership between the U.S. Council of Mayors and the Mortgage Bankers Association of America-- (October, 2000).
"The State of Low Income Housing." Journal of Housing and Community Development (National Association of Housing and Community Redevelopment Officials. Nov./Dec. 2000).
Strategies for Successful Infill Development. Northeast-Midwest Coalition. Washingon, DC. (March 2001)
Ten Steps to a Living Downtown. Moulton, Jennifer. (Brookings Institution, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, Vol. 1, Number 10 Oct. 1999).
The Twentieth-Century American City: Problem, Promise, and Reality. Teaford, Jon C. (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986).
Urban Fiscal Problems: Coordinating Actions Among Governments, Howard, Chernick and Andrew Reschovsky. prepared for the "Metropolitan Assembly on Urban Problems: Linking Research to Action" conference. Chicago, IL: Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University, September 30-October 2, 1994.
Vacant Land in Cities: An Urban Resource. Brookings Institution, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, Washington, DC: December 2000
Who Should Run the Housing Voucher Program? A Reform Proposal. (Brookings Institution, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, Washington, DC: November 2000)
Why Johnny Can't Walk to School. (National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC: November 2000)
"The Downtowns of the Future: Venues for Creativity and Interaction in the New Economy." Alliance for Regional Stewardship. May 2001.
"Best Places to Live 2000". Money Magazine. November 2000.
"Rising Like a Phoenix." Conservation Matters. Conservation Law Foundation. Fall 2000 Newsletter.
"Flashy Downtown Revival Rests on Neighborhoods." www.stateline.org. November 27, 2000.
"Back to the Future of 'New Urban' Homes." The Columbus Dispatch. December 11, 2000.
"Raising the roof; Ann Arbor is encouraging midrise buildings to increase traffic and density in its downtown." Crain's Detroit Business. December 11, 2000.
"Neglected West Oakland Poised for Revival--Before Freeways It was a Swinging 'Hood." San Francisco Chronicle. January 2, 2001.
"Pennsylvania College Redefines ‘Brownfields Reclamation," www.stateline.org. March 2, 2001.
"Group Urges More Rental Housing," Washington Post. March 13, 2001.
"Grass Roots Business: Downtown Revival Comes to the South," New York Times. March 18, 2001.
"Bush Administration Raises Loan Limits on FHA-Insured Multi-Family Construction," HUD News Release. March 20, 2001.
"Back from the Brink," available from the American Architectural Foundation, 202/626-7514. Focuses on community revitalization in three communities: Chattanooga, Portland, and Suisun City, CA.
"A Pattern for Living," available from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 410-268-8832 (or 1-800-628-3379).
"A Tale of Three Cities," available through 1000 Friends of Oregon, 503-497-1000.
for Neighborhood Technology
Congress for a
Center for American Urban Landscapes
Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University
the Ground: The Multimedia Journal on Community
for Public Places
Sonoran Institute: Community Stewardship Exchange