Foreword / Kurt L. Schmoke Acknowledgements Program origins and defining principles A new moment for people and cities / Henry Cisneros The origins of HOPE VI / Bruce Katz The evolution of HOPE VI as a development program / Richard D. Baron HOPE VI and the new urbanism / Peter Calthorpe HOPE VI and the deconcentration of poverty / Alexander Polikoff Setting the stage : early HOPE VI redevelopments An overview of HOPE VI revitalization grant projects / Lora Engdahl New Holly, Seattle / Lora Engdahl The villages of Park DuValle, Louisville / Lora Engdahl Broader impacts of the model The Atlanta blueprint : transforming public housing citywide / Renée Lewis Glover HOPE VI, neighborhood recovery, and the health of cities / Margery Austin Turner Has HOPE VI transformed residents' lives? / Susan J. Popkin and Mary K. Cunningham How HOPE VI has helped reshape public housing / Richard C. Gentry Learning from critiques and planning for the future HOPE VI : what went wrong / Sheila Crowley The conservative critique of HOPE VI / Ronald D. Utt Taking advantage of what we have learned / G. Thomas Kingsley Appendix A. Scope and status of the HOPE VI program / G. Thomas Kingsley Appendix B. HOPE VI revitalization program grants 1993-2008 Contributors.
"Documents the evolution of HOPE VI, exploring what it accomplished replacing severely distressed public housing with mixed-income communities and where it fell short. Reveals how a program conceived to address a specific problem triggered a revolution in public housing and solidified principles that still guide urban policy today"--Provided by publisher.
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