REVITALIZING WATERFRONT SPACE: EXPLORING A MIXED PARTNERSHIP MODEL IN URBAN WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT
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This thesis examines the challenges facing the waterfront revitalizations in the United States and proposes a new waterfront revitalization model to address them. The goal of this new model is redeveloping the vacant waterfront as a livable and thriving urban center in the future. The mixed private-public partnership is the concept for applying the theoretical guide on activating the vacant site. When considering the development partnership, the model must also meet social, ecological, and economic goals. This model would be applied in Bellingham, Washington, US.
- Landscape architecture