Reclaiming Waterfronts: Turning Barren Shipping Ports Into Iconic Public Spaces

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Reclaiming Waterfronts: Turning Barren Shipping Ports Into Iconic Public Spaces

Beautiful sites with stunning views along the waterfront of major cities often go unused due to the industrial remains of a past economy based on shipping and manufacturing. The move away from these economic sectors and the potential of these sites has contributed to a move to adapt these spaces into public amenities. While some cities' approach ha...
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  • Source of publication: 09-12-2023

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