RPA Plan2 Urban Design Manhattan Page 075

Apr 1969

Urban Design Manhattan

A Report of the Second Regional Plan

The problem of most urban redesign is not primarily the lack of imaginative designers or of architects, engineers, and planners, but of a practical method of harnessing the unrivaled vitality of private developers and investors to work with the city authorities and thus to concert their energies to create the new centers which fit modern needs.

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