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Report: House & Home, February 1964.

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dc.identifier.citation "New Towns for America", editorial reprint from House & Home, February 1964. en
dc.description Report: Black and white original, 9.5 x 12.5 inches (24.1 cm x 31.8 cm) en
dc.description.abstract Report, New Towns for America, editorial reprint from House & Home the Management Magazine of the Housing Industry, February 1964. At the time of this publication there were about seventy-five planned communities across the U.S. This article begins to explore the impact of planned communities on the house-building industry because new towns offer: opportunity for everyone in the industry; answers to the problems of urban sprawl; a wake up call for better housing types and environments; pull of new sources of money into housing and profit potentials become more widely evident. Includes a map of the 75 new towns across the U.S.; facts and figures on 50 new towns from Phoenix to Reston; and how new town developers are creating new industry standards for land use. Planned Community Archives Collection, 444.04.
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dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.publisher House & Home en
dc.subject new communities en_US
dc.title Report: House & Home, February 1964. en
dc.type Cultural-heritage object en

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