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SPUR Forum: Designing Suburban Futures

1:03 PM PDT on July 1, 2013

From SPUR:

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Long the bane of progressive urban designers, low-density suburban communities house a large portion of the country’s population. However, according to the recent census, suburban development is slowing as more people move to urban cores. Join us for a look at the new book, Designing Suburban Futures, and how existing suburbs can sustainably absorb new growth and evolve in relation to these changing demographic and economic conditions?

This event is generously co-sponsored by Island Press.

June Williamson / City College of New York


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