New Life at Ground Zero: New York, Home Ownership, and the Future of American Cities
SUNY Press, 1997/01/01 - 267 ページ
In New Life at Ground Zero, Charles J. Orlebeke traces New York City's dramatic comeback in the 80s and 90s, focusing on one organization, the New York City Housing Partnership, which would help spark the recovery by building thousands of new homes for the ownership market in scores of bombed-out neighborhoods in the South Bronx and throughout the city.
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