1 edition of Designing your waterfronts found in the catalog.
Published 1981 by Administrator in National League of Cities, Office of Membership Services
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||National League of Cities, Office of Membership Services|
|Publishers||National League of Cities, Office of Membership Services|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|3||Managing design and development technical bulletin ;|
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A lesson in how great places can be created under any conditions with minimal expense. Ideally, each destination should provide ten things to do, which creates diverse, layered activity, ensuring that no single use will predominate. Access also means that people can actually interact with the water in many ways--from swimming or fishing, dining or picnicking dockside, boarding boats or feeding the ducks.
You can also view the Sydney bridge from the harbourside. is actively looking for new channels of distribution for NyDock floating dock systems and pontoon products. Sydney also has the reputation of one of the best cities in Australia, providing many facilities for locals. ISBN 10 : UVA:35007000049860 Designing your waterfronts Book Description : "Nearly all American cities are located on or near a body of water.
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First time visitors will find the information helpful, while veteran Disney worshipers will appreciate the humor, knowing that they are not alone in dealing with Orlando's clueless vacationers.
The square has recently been improved with more active management; and now hosts public events and programs that draw people to the area.