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Johnson, Alex. Thesis Document 2012.pdf
Title: the THIRD: Space of Place in Transit-orientated Development
Author: Johnson, Alex
Abstract: This thesis project introduces an urban design concept into the residential suburb of New Hope, Minnesota, connecting social interaction and movement to the hub of the city center. It will illustrate the notion that suburban sprawl is an unsustainable reaction to population growth, and cities need to adapt to these changes by creating smaller habitable spaces that recentralize the urban fabric with mass transit connections. This project is intended to change a suburban neighborhood that has medium to low density into a less suburban setting with mass public transportation integrating accessible ways for the community to connect while remaining in the suburbs.
Date: 2012-05
Subject: Street-railroads.
Open spaces.
Greenways.
Suburbs -- Planning.
New Hope (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/19995

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