Zoning for Jobs- Industrial Land Preservation in the Nation's Largest Cities
Jamaal William Green
No ud345, OSF Preprints from Center for Open Science
Major US cities are faced with a dilemma- how to accommodate a growing population and support urban industrial users. One response that some cities are taking is explicitly protecting swatches of industrial land as they realize the strategic value of plentiful industrial land. This piece reviewed industrial land use policies of the fifty largest US cities in 2012 and provides descriptions for 12 city industrial land preservation policies.
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