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              1870 City Markets, Savannah, 88                     American Planning Association, 82
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              1893 World’s Columbian Exhibition, 12, 12, 13, 82   Amsterdam, 210, 211
                                                                  Ankor Wat, 7
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              adaptive reuse, 9, 17                               Apalachicola, Florida, 195, 196, 197
              Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP),   applied civics, 157
                   36, 37, 130, 167                               archaeological investigations, 66
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              advocacy, 39–40, 161                                architects, 31, 132
              aesthetic regulation, 88                            Architectural Record, The, 180–81
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              affordable housing, 105–7, 129–31, 154–55           architectural regulations, 125
              Affordable Housing Policy, 130                      architectural significance, 42–43
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              African American neighborhoods, 62–65, 149, 156,    architectural styles, 134–35
                   157, 159                                       area preservation, 56–60, 142
              African Burial Ground, 65–67, 67                    art deco skyscrapers, 42
              African Burial Ground and the Commons Historic      Arthur Ashe Statue, 62–65, 64
                   District, 67                                   artists’ lofts, 19
              Age of Cities, 1, 28                                Ashe, Arthur, 62–65
              Albuquerque Civic Trust, 106                        Association for the Preservation of Virginia
              Allied Arts, 182                                          Antiquities, 56
              American Institute of Architects, 20                Astor Library, 11
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              Atlanta, Georgia, 126, 126–28, 127, 128, 129          Chattanooga Venture, 113–14
              Atlantic Yards, Brooklyn, 173                         Chicago, 14
              Austin, Texas, 5, 20–22                               Chicago School, 42, 45
              automobile, impact of, 84, 96, 194, 206               Chinese historical buildings, 211–15
                                                                    Chrysler Building, 42, 45
              Bard, Alfred, 88                                      Circle Center, Indianapolis, 109
              Battery Park, South Carolina, 199                     cities
              Beacon Hill townhouses, 48, 48, 49                       growth in, 1, 11, 28
              Beaux Arts design, 13, 26, 83, 176, 178–80, 182          re-migration to, 98, 111, 119–20
              Bed, Bath & Beyond, 108                               Cities Back from the Edge, 78
              Berman vs. Parker, 24, 25, 87, 88                     citizen activism, 40, 86, 88, 161
              big-box retail, 108–10                                Citizens Committee for Hill District Renewal, 159
              bikeways, 14–15                                       Citizens for Excellence in Public Art, 64
              Bill of Rights, 24                                    City Beautiful movement, 12, 82, 88
              “blight”, 24                                          City Efficient movement, 82, 86
              bond issues, 79, 124                                  city planning
              Booz, Allen and Hamilton, 167                            evolution of, 82–85
              Broadacre City, 84                                       and historic preservation, 20, 89
              Brookings Institution, 99                                and livability, 218–19
              Brooklyn Dodgers, 5                                      modern, 12
              Bryant Park, New York City, 99                           role of, 52
              Buddenborg, Jennifer, 165–66                             for sustainability, 221
              Burnham, Daniel, 12, 82, 83                           City: Rediscovering the Center, 98
              Business Improvement Districts, 102–4                 Civil War battlefields, 31–32
                                                                    Cleveland, Ohio, 89
              Cairo, 7                                              Cobb Building, Seattle, 170, 176–85, 182, 183
              California Heritage Council, 39                       college towns, 5
              Carlisle Barracks, 33                                 Colonial Williamsburg, 56, 85, 141–42, 142, 143
              catalytic development company, 104, 115–16            Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA), 52
              cemetery preservation, 65–67                          Columbia University, 41, 54
              Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 93, 93–94                Commission of Architectural Review, 63
              character, preservation of, 90                        Committee for the Washington Market Historic
              Charleston, South Carolina, 77, 141–46, 143, 144,            District, 19
                    145, 147, 148                                   community outreach, 65, 68, 70, 100, 113
              Charter of the New Urbanism, 187–88                   Community Partners Program, 54–55
              Chattanooga, Tennessee, 112–20, 113, 115, 116, 118,   community preservation movements, 165–66
                    119                                             commuter suburbs, 96
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              compatible construction, 90                              diversity, 15, 154–55, 156
              comprehensive plans, 124–25, 139, 218                    Don’t Call Me Boss, 158
              Congress for the New Urbanism, 188                       Downtown Eastside project, Vancouver, 52, 223–27,
              conservation and restoration, 29–30                           225
              conservation districts, 126, 135–38                      Downtown Franklin Association, 99
              contextual zoning, 93–94                                 downtown revitalization, 95–96, 98–99, 100–110,
              coordination failures, 94                                     112–20
              Corning, New York, 76, 78, 79                            Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, 195
              corporate headquarters, 14                               Dudley, Michael Quinn, 97
              Crawford, Dana, 78
              Creative Discovery Museum, 117                           East Sixth Street Public Improvement District, 20, 22
              Croly, Herbert, 176                                      Ebbets Field, 5, 7, 8
              cul-de-sacs, 204                                         Eco-Coach, 173–75
              cultural significance, 49–50, 56, 67                     economic development, 8, 9, 75, 76, 78–79, 80
              Cunningham, Ann Pamela, 85                                  links with historic preservation, 21, 152, 154
              curatorial management, 31–35                                role of new construction in, 15–17
              curvilinear subdivision layout, 206                         role of planning in, 12, 13
              Custer Battlefield National Monument, 47                 Economic Development Journal, 52
                                                                       economic sustainability, 171–72, 184
              Dallas, Texas, 90, 134–39                                Economist, The, 2, 14
              Dallas Landmark Commission, 136                          education, 39, 40–42, 54
              Danville, Kentucky, 101, 101, 102, 103                   eligibility certification, 38
              Davenport House, Savannah, 87, 88                        embodied energy, 164, 167, 168, 173, 184
              Death and Life of Great American Cities, The, 5–6, 23,   employment opportunities, 110
                   82, 85                                              energy conservation, 167, 168, 172–75
              decentralization, 97                                     energy efficiency, 9
              Deerfield Village, 85                                    entertainment districts, 104–5, 116–17
              demographic shift, 52                                    environmental policy, 9, 220–21
              Denver, Colorado, 17                                     environmental protection communities, 175
              Department of Defence, 33–34                             Essex Street Market, New York City, 107
              Department of Sustainable Development and                ethnic succession, 52
                   Construction, Dallas, 134                           exclusionary zoning, 122–23
              Department of the Interior, 35, 36                       exclusive use zoning, 122
              designation and regulation, 38–39                        Executive Office Building, 33
              Detroit, 1–2, 132
              DiPasquale, Paul, 63, 64                                 Falling Water, 42, 43
              displacement, 52, 162                                    Farley Post Office, 51
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              Federal-Aid Highway Act 1956, 97                    government sponsored home loans, 95, 96
              federal highway system, 96, 193–94                  Grant of Power, 122
              Federal Housing Act 1933, 97                        grass roots historic preservation, 7–8, 40, 53, 55, 86,
              federal preservation activities, 35–38                    144, 160
              Fifth Amendment, 24                                 Gratz, Roberta, 78
              Five Points Cultural District, Denver, 49–50        green architecture, 164, 166–67
              Flatiron Building, Atlanta, 128                     green belts, 190, 203–4
              Florida, Richard, 3                                 “Green Belt Towns of America”, 203
              Florida Trust for Historic Preservation, 39         Greenfield Village, Michigan, 56–60, 57–58, 59, 59
              forced relocations, 159                             green technology, 184–85
              Ford, Henry, 57–59                                  Grenwich Village, New York City, 5, 6, 8, 23
              Forest City Enterprises, 70–72                      growing cities, 1–2
              form-based zoning, 91–93, 125                       growth management, 122–33, 166
              Fort Riley, 33, 35                                  Guttenberg, Albert, 82
              Fourteenth Amendment, 24
              Fox Theatre, Atlanta, The, 126                      Hasbrouck House, 43–44
              Franklin, 99                                        Heart of Danville, 101
              Frisch, Michael, 148                                Henry Building, Seattle, 185
              Fullilove, Mindy, 5                                 Henry Ford Foundation, 57–59
              funding, 53–55, 59, 70–73, 79, 113, 124, 129, 160   heritage preservation, 56, 222–23. See also historic
              fundraising, 60–61                                        preservation
                                                                  historical significance, 43–49, 148–49
              Galison, Peter, 97                                  historic buildings, 32–33, 167–70
              garden cities, 188, 189                             historic character, 80, 135, 152
              Garden Cities of Tomorrow, 188, 190, 191, 203       Historic Conservation and Interpretation, 66
              Garden City movement, 190, 203–4, 203–8             historic districts, 140–55, 156
              Garden Club of Virginia, 60–61                      historic district status, 19, 47–49, 126–27, 135,
              Garvin, Alexander, 154–55                                 135–36
              General Services Administration, 66                 historic neighborhoods, 164, 190
              gentrification, 6–7, 52, 224–27                     historic preservation
              geographic advantages, 14                              changing perspectives on, 50–51, 85–88
              Gettysburg Battlefield, 31, 31–32, 32                  in comprehensive plans, 124–25
              Glass House, 43, 46                                    criteria for, 42–50
              global historical preservation, 209                    and economic development, 9, 21, 81, 160
              Golden Triangle, Manchester, 157                       funding for, 129–31, 130–31
              Goodwin, W.A.R., 141                                   government role in, 23–24
              government preservation activities, 35–39              for growth management, 123–24, 166
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              historic preservation (Continued)                      industry decline, 2–5, 157
                 and job creation, 167                               International Making Cities Livable Movement, 153–54
                 legality of, 23–28                                  interpretation, 31–32, 47
                 and livability, 227–31, 231–32                      investment, 79
                 misconceptions around, 7
                 products and services for, 30–31                    Jacobs, Jane, 5, 23, 82, 85
                 psychological benefits of, 6                        job creation, 120, 165, 171–72, 206
                 regulation of, 25, 27, 35–39                        Joel Chandler Harris House, 129
                 and revitalization, 17, 117–18, 162                 Johnson, Philip, 43, 46
              Historic Preservation Office, 36
              Historic Preservation qualifications, 40–42            Kentucky Heritage Council, 39
              historic properties, 31                                Kings Highway Neighborhood, Dallas, 90–91, 137, 138
              historic rehabilitation, 182, 185
              Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit (HRTC), 130, 136    Ladies’ Mile shopping district, 108–9
              historic restorations, 160                             landmark district status, 127
              historic sites                                         landmarks protection ordinance, 182
                 in current use, 32–35, 75, 81, 142                  Landscape Regulations, 125
                 interpretation of, 31–32                            Larimer Square, Denver, 76–82
              Historic Sites Act, 61                                 Lawrence, David, 157
              historic urban centers, 54–55                          Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
              historic villages, 59–60                                      (LEED), 170, 172–75, 182
              “History Happens Here: A Plan for Saving New York      leap-frog development policy, 97
                    City’s Historically and Culturally Significant   Le Corbusier, 84–85
                    Sites”, 67                                       legacy resources, 33–35
              Home Insurance Building, Chicago, 168                  legality, 23–28
              home ownership drive, 96                               legal protections, 80–81, 87, 88
              house museums, 30, 31, 44, 60                          legislation, 55, 144
              House of Tan Yeok Nee, Singapore, 212                  Leinberger, Christopher B., 99, 100–110
              housing markets, 105, 107–8, 119                       Leiter Building, 45
              housing price rises, 52                                Levittown, New York, 96, 96
              Howard, Ebenezer, 188, 190, 203                        life cycle assessment, 167–68
              Howells & Stokes, 178, 180                             Little Bighorn National Monument, 44, 47, 48
                                                                     livable cities
              inclusionary zoning, 122                                   criteria for, 2–3, 14, 89
              inclusivity, 215, 227                                      historic preservation in, 23, 27–28, 153–55,
              Indianapolis, 109, 109–10, 110                                231–32
              industrial dispersion, 97                                  most, 2, 18, 120, 163, 227
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              Livable City movement, 15, 21, 100, 154, 176–77,        Melbourne Heritage Restoration Fund, 231
                    202                                               Melbourne Planning Scheme, 227–31
              Livable Communities, 166                                Mellon, R.K., 157
              LiveCom Awards, 15                                      “Memory of History, The”, 148
              live/work lofts, 19                                     Menlo Park laboratory, 59
              lobbying, 19, 39–40                                     Merchants National Bank, Grinnell, 47
              local community development corporations, 69            Mesa Verde, 31
              local government preservation, 38–39, 55, 122           Metropolitan Building Company, 177, 182
              local ordinance, 38–39                                  Millennium Project, 1, 28
              local significance, 36                                  minimum-density zoning, 123
              LoDo, Denver, 76–82, 80, 81                             Mintz, Norman, 76
              Loop, The, 42                                           mixed-use districts, 20
              Louisburg Square, Beacon Hill, 49                       Monticello, 30, 31, 62
              Louisville, 17                                          Monument Avenue, Richmond, 63
              Lower Downtown Historic District, Denver, 79            Morton, W. Brown III, 148
              low-income housing, 52, 76, 79, 84–87, 105–7,           Moses, Robert, 85
                    129–31, 149–156, 224–27                           Mount Vernon, 31, 55, 85, 86
              Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC), 130              Mount Vernon Ladies Association, 56
              Lynch, Kevin, 190–92                                    Moynihan Station, 51
                                                                      Municipal Art Society, 67, 88, 173
              Main Street Project, 98, 110–11                         museum villages, 59–60
              Main Street revitalizations, 70, 76
              Mall, Washington DC, 83                                 Nashville, 49, 50
              Managing the Impact on Cultural Resources of Changing   National Council for Preservation Education (NCPE),
                   Concepts of Significance, 148                           40–41
              Manchester, Pennsylvania, 149–53, 150, 152, 153,        national defence planning, 96–98
                   156–63, 158, 161, 162, 163                         National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) 1966, 36,
              Manchester Citizens Corporation (MCC), 151,                  55, 88
                   160–61                                             National Interstate and Defence Highways Act, 97
              Manchester Historic District, 156–63                    national landmarks, 32–33
              Manchester Urban Renewal Plan, 151, 160–61              National Main Street Program, 54
              Manufacturers and Liberal Arts Building, 13             National Park Service, 31–32
              manufacturing decline, 2–5, 120                         National Register of Historic Places, 35, 36, 38, 55,
              Market House, Charleston, 77                                 67, 88, 136, 182
              master plans, 69–70, 150–51, 159                        national significance, 36
              McKim, Meade, and White, 51                             National Trust for Historic Preservation, 39, 54, 55,
              medical facilities, 181                                      61, 87, 88, 98
              Melbourne, Australia, 227–31, 228, 230                  Native American architecture, 42
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              Native American reservations, 36                        Partners for Livable Communities, 15, 120
              neighborhood character, 90                              partnerships, 55, 56, 75, 94, 100, 113
              Neighborhood Conservation District, 90, 93–94           patriotic motivations, 53
              Neighborhood Housing Services, 152–53, 162              Penn Central Railroad, 25
              neighborhood planning, 15, 85                           Penn Central vs. New York City, 25, 55, 88
              neighborhood revitalization, 162                        Pennsylvania, Virginia, 156–63
              Neighborhood Stabilization Overlay (NSO), 138–39        Pennsylvania Station, New York City, 25, 26, 27, 51
              neo-traditional planning. See New Urbanism              performance zoning, 123
              New Urbanism, 91, 186–88, 190, 194–95, 200–202          Pioneer Square, Seattle, 177, 178, 179, 180
              New York City, 12, 18–19, 51, 84                        Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 69–75, 149–53
              New York City Department of Planning, 18–19             Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation, 54,
              New York City Economic Development Corporation                69, 70, 151, 159–60
                   (NYCEDC), 107                                      planned development programs, 178
              New York City Landmarks Law, 25, 27–28, 39, 88          planning and preservation, 209–10
              New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission,        planning tools, 121–23
                   19, 39, 67                                         Plan Voisin, 84
              New York Landmarks: An Index of Notable Structures in   plazas, 132–33
                   New York, 88                                       “Police Power”, 23–24
              nomination process, 36, 41–42                           Point, The, 157
              nontraditional zoning, 122                              political influences, 148
              not-for-profit preservation groups, 53–54, 60–61        pollution, 112
                                                                      popular spaces, 132–33
              office markets, 110                                     population decline, 2–3
              Old and Historic Charleston District, 85, 141–46,       population growth, 119–20
                    143, 144                                          Portland, Oregon, 5, 16
              Old Faithful Inn, 32, 33                                Power Broker, The, 85
              Old Sheldon Church, 31                                  preservation advocacy, 39–40
              “old urbanism”, 203                                     preservationists, 7–8, 29, 40–42
              Olmsted, Frederick Law, 82                              Preservation League of New York State, 39
              opera houses, 5                                         Preservation North Carolina, 39
              Orpheum Theatre, 4, 6                                   Preservation Pittsburgh, 69
              overlay zoning, 123                                     preservation qualifications, 40–42
              Owatonna bank, 46                                       Preserving the World’s Great Cities, 215
              owner consent, 36, 38                                   private preservation initiatives, 55, 59, 79
                                                                      Project East River, 97
              Paris, France, 210–11                                   property rights, 51
              participatory planning, 67–68, 75, 94                   Providence, 17
              participatory preservation, 66–68                       public activism, 182
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              public education, 223                                 roof gardens, 182–83
              public housing projects, 84                           Root Shock: How Tearing Up City Neighborhoods Hurts
              public-private partnerships, 113, 113–17                   America, and What We Can Do About It, 5
              public space design, 98–99                            ruins, 31
              Public Theatre, New York City, 11
              “public use”, 24                                      San Francisco, California, 6, 15
              public welfare, 24                                    satellite cities, 97, 190, 191, 192
                                                                    Savannah, Georgia, 198, 201
              Radburn, New Jersey, 203–8, 205, 207                  Schneider, Victor, 180
              Radulovich, Tom, 15, 21                               Seaside, Florida, 91, 91, 92, 195, 200, 207–8
              Raffles Hotel, Singapore, 213                         Seattle, Washington, 176–85, 181, 184
              real estate development, 51, 78, 80, 104              Section 106 process, 37–38, 130
              reconstruction, 215                                   sense of place, 56, 99–100, 120, 132, 162
              redevelopment, 157–58                                 shipwrecks, 33–35
              regional cities, 206                                  shrinking cities, 1–2, 89
              regional significance, 36                             significance, categories of, 36
              Regional/Urban Design Assistance Team, 20             Silicon Valley, 4, 5, 5
              Regulating Plans, 125                                 Singapore, 211–15
              regulation, 38–39, 125–28                             single-family homes, 97
              rehabilitation, 9, 18, 165, 185                       single room occupancy dwellings, 52, 225
              Renaissance Center, Detroit, 132                      Smart Growth, 166
              Reno, Nevada, 104–5, 105                              Social Life of Small Urban Spaces, The, 99
              Reno Development Agency, 104–5                        Society for the Preservation of New England
              rental housing market, 105                                  Antiquities, 56, 85
              restoration services, 31                              Society for the Preservation of Old Dwellings, 142
              restrictions, 38                                      SoHo, New York City, 18, 19
              restrictive zoning, 123                               SoHo syndrome, 79
              retail strategies, 108–10                             Southern Village, North Carolina, 187
              reuse, 166–70                                         sprawl. See suburban sprawl
              review processes, 37, 38                              Sprawl as Strategy, 97
              revitalization, 17, 20, 54–55, 76–82, 100–110, 150,   Standard City Planning Enabling Act 1928, 122
                    153–55                                          Standard State Zoning Enabling Act 1926, 122
              Richards, Wallace, 157                                State Historic Preservation Office, 35–36, 37, 40, 88,
              Richmond City Planning Committee, 63                        130–31, 183
              Riley, Joseph P. Jr., 76                              State Register, 35–36, 38
              RiverCity Company, 113–16                             state wide preservation organizations, 39–40
              Rockefeller Center, 42                                Station Square, 70–75, 71, 73, 74, 75
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              Station Square Tax Increment Financing District,     transportation systems, 14–15, 17, 79, 165, 204, 223
                    72–73                                          Tribal Historic Preservation Office, 36, 37
              Stratford Hall, 60                                   Tribeca, New York City, 18–19, 20, 94
              street life principles, 98–99                        Tribeca Community Association, 19
              Street Life Project, 98                              Tribeca Special Mixed Use District, 19
              Street Regulations, 125                              Tulsa, 90
              streetscape design, 131–33                           “Turning around Downtown: Twelve Steps to
              Sturbridge Village, 56, 57                                Revitalization”, 99, 100–110
              Submerged Naval Properties, 33–35
              suburban flight, 2–3, 112                            UNESCO, 7
              suburban sprawl, 95, 96, 98, 190                     United States Constitution, 23
              suburbia, 188–90, 207                                university partnerships, 54
                 development of, 96, 97, 193–94                    upzoning/downzoning, 122
                 movement away from, 98                            urban design, 131–33
                 problems with, 11                                 urban entertainment districts, 104–5, 116–17
              Sullivan, Louis, 43, 45, 46, 47                      urban growth boundaries, 123
              Supreme Court, 24, 25, 87, 88                        Urban Planning and Design Committee, 20
              Supreme Court building, 33                           Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), 157–59
              sustainability, 9, 11–12, 15, 164–75, 182, 182–85,   Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), Singapore,
                    221                                                 214–15
              Sustainable Communities, 166                         Urban Regulations, 125
                                                                   urban renewal, 5, 8, 78, 82–87, 100, 150, 159
              takings, 24, 26, 27                                  Urban Renewal Developments Authority, 70, 151
              Tanjong Pagar, Singapore, 211–12, 214                urban service areas, 123
              tax credits, 38, 106, 130, 136
              tax funding, 72–73, 79, 103                          Vancouver, British Columbia, 14, 52, 216–27, 218,
              tax incentives, 14, 129, 224                               219–23, 226
              telecommuting, 11                                    Vancouver Heritage Conservation Program, 223
              Tennessee Aquarium, 115                              Vancouver’s Heritage Incentive Programs, 224
              Thornton Hall, University of Virginia, 61            Van Trump, Jamie, 70, 159–60
              tiered protection system, 135–39                     Vienna, 210, 210, 227
              tier regulation system, 125–28                       Vieux Carre, 85, 87
              Tom McCall Waterfront Park, 16                       Village of Euclid vs. Ambler Real Estate Company
              tourism, 60–61, 145–46, 154, 201                           (1926), 24
              tower in the park ideal, 85, 86–87, 221              Ville Contemporaine, 84
              transferable development rights, 223                 Virginia Heroes Incorporated, 63
              transformative preservation, 89                      Vision 2000, 113, 120
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              visually cohesive neighborhoods, 154   White House, The, 32–33, 34
              volunteers, 39–40, 41–42               Whyte, William Hollingsworth, 98, 132–33
                                                     Williamsburg, Virginia, 141–42, 143
              Wainwright Building, 45                With Heritage So Rich, 88
              walkability, 15, 101–2, 113, 204–5     Word Federation of UN Associates, 1, 28
              “War Against the Center”, 97           World Monument Fund, 7
              Ward Bakery, Brooklyn, 173, 174        World Trade Center site, 37, 37
              warehouse districts, 18                World War II veterans, 95–97
              Warsaw, Poland, 215–16, 216, 217       Wright, Frank Lloyd, 42, 84
              Washington, DC, 24                     Wright, Henry, 202
              Washington Lee University, 60          Wright Brothers’ home, 58
              Washington Market, 18                  Wynkoop Brewing Company, 79
              waste management, 170–71
              water efficiency, 182–83               Ziegler, Arthur P. Jr., 69–70, 150–51, 153, 159–60
              Welwyn, England, 192, 193, 203         zoning, 24, 97, 121–23, 142–44
              White City, 12, 82                     zoning tools, 90, 90–94
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