Table of Contents
List of Tables, Figures, and Maps; Foreword, Rosalind Greenstein;
Preface; Part 1. Introduction; 1. From Campus to City: The
University as Developer, David C. Perry and Wim Wiewel; Part 2. The
Campus and the City: Neighborhood, Downtown, and Citywide
Development; Section 1. The Campus and Its Neighborhood; 2. The
University of Pittsburgh and the Oakland Neighborhood: From
Conflict to Cooperation, or How the 800-Pound Gorilla Learned to
Sit with - and not on - Its Neighbors, Sabina Deitrick and Tracy
Soska; 3. Columbia University's Heights: An Ivory Tower and Its
Communities, Peter Marcuse and Cuz Potter; 4. The University of
Chicago and Its Neighbors: A Case Study in Community Development,
Henry S. Webber Section 2. The University and the Central City; 5.
The Urban University as a Vehicle for Inner-City Renewal: The
University of Washington, Tacoma, Brian Coffey and Yonn
Dierwechter; 6. Auraria Higher Education Center and Denver
Inner-City Development, Robert Kronewitter; 7. The Political
Strategies Behind University-Based Development: Two Philadelphia
Cases, Elizabeth Strom Section 3. The University as a Collaborator
in Urban Development; 8. The University as an Engine for Downtown
Renewal in Atlanta, Lawrence R. Kelley and Carl V. Patton; 9.
University Involvement in Downtown Revitalization: Managing
Political and Financial Risks, Scott Cummings, Mark Rosentraub,
Mary Domahidy, and Sarah Coffin; 10. Ryerson University and
Toronto's Dundas Square Metropolis Project, David Amborski; Part 3.
University Development Practices: Acquisition, Finance,
Development, and the Deal; 11. An Overview of University Real
Estate Investment Practices, Ziona Austrian and Jill S. Norton; 12.
Leasing for Profit and Control: The Case of Victoria University at
the University of Toronto, Larry R. Kurtz; 13. The Little Fish
Swallows the Big Fish: Financing the DePaul Center in Chicago,
Kenneth McHugh; 14. No Such Thing as Vacant Land: Northeastern
University and Davenport Commons, Allegra Calder, Gabriel Grant,
and Holly Hart Muson; 15. Campus Partners and The Ohio State
University: A Case Study in Enlightened Self-Interest, David Dixon
and Peter J. Roche; Part 4. Lessons Learned; 16. Private Choices
and Public Obligations: The Ethics of University Real Estate
Development, Rachel Weber, Nik Theodore, and Charles Hoch; 17.
Ivory Towers No More: Academic Bricks and Sticks, Wim Wiewel and
David C. Perry; About the Editors and Contributors; About the
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy; Index.