WTC Collapse -- Impact On Our Relationship With Built Environment

WTC Collapse -- Impact On Our Relationship With Built Environment

Reason Public Policy Institute


How will the destruction of the Twin Towers affect our relationship with the built environment? Do the attacks signal the end of the skyscraper-based city? In this commentary, Leonard Gilroy, AICP, Urban Policy Analyst for the Los Angeles-based Reason Public Policy Institute explores these issues.

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For more information contact:

George Passantino
Reason Public Policy Institute
3415 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Suite 400
los angeles
CA 90034
USA

Phone: 310-391-2245
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.rppi.org/opeds/092801.html

Posted October 1, 2001



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