The new tenement and inner city regeneration

Urban regeneration has been an important issue in planning and public policy for several decades, but to date very few scholars have looked at the outcome of these efforts –the streets and buildings of the “regenerated city”, and the ideas to which they are connected. Our research project examined “new tenements” in five European cities – the dense, medium-rise, multi-storey residences built since the 1970s amid renewed optimism about the possibilities of urban living. 


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