ARCHITECTURE: Transit-Focused Housing.

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From: Val Joseph Menotti <[email protected]>
Subject: transit-focused housing
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I'm currently researching medium to high density housing developments that
have been built near rail transit stations (up to about a half mile). I've
looked along the rail lines in California (BART, Santa Clara, LA, CalTrain
and the San Diego trolley) and I'm curious about what else exists in
North America. I'm familar with a few projects in Portland, Vancouver and
Washington D.C., but I have not seen much written on Atlanta, Cleveland,
Chicago, or Toronto. In particular, I'm looking at sites that have been
developed in the past several years.

If you know of any projects in your area, please drop me a note.

Thanks in advance,

Val Joseph Menotti
Department of City and Regional Planning
U.C. Berkeley
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