5 edition of New York Streetscapes found in the catalog.
New York Streetscapes
January 1, 2001 by Diane Pub Co .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||447|
By measuring 20 streetscape features and numerous other variables for blocks in New York City, we were able to identify variables that explain pedestrian traffic volumes. We found significant positive correlations between three out of 20 streetscape features with pedestrian counts after controlling for density and other built environmental.
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Drawing on the resources of the New York Landmarks Conservancy, NY Streetscapes has inside history of New York buildings and business districts that I have not found on web sites or in any of my numerous other New York books. It is an up to date work presented in a /5(14).
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New York Streetscapes book About the Author: Christopher Gray has been writing his "Streetscapes" column for The New York Times for the past 15 years.
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New York Streetscapes: Tales of Manhattan's Significant Buildings and Landmarks Paperback May 1, /5(14). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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Christopher Gray, author of the former New York Times Streetscapes column Buy this book, take a few wonderful walks around the entire city (discovering some fine New York neighborhoods you probably have never been to), from the Grand Concourse and Washington Heights treasure trove of Deco to the Chrysler Building to Flatbush in Brooklyn, and /5(7).
Gray's book contains about building essays, each about half of what appeared in his "Streetscapes" columns in The Times: "Shortening the columns by half, as they are here, eliminates most of the `news' and focuses instead on my favorite parts, the old.". Books Advanced Search Today's Deals New Releases Amazon Charts Best Sellers & More The Globe & Mail Best Sellers New York Times Best Sellers Best Books of the Month Children's Books Advanced Search Today's Deals NewReviews: 3.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on Reviews: Streetscapes Friday, Decem Many classic children’s (and adult) books prominently feature New York City.
In the coming months, we will be looking at a few of these titles. As we immerse ourselves in the lives of these characters and their fictional urban life, we’ll explore items from our collections, taking a virtual walk.
New York Streetscapes (Hardcover) Tales of Manhattan's Significant Buidlings and Landmarks. By Christopher Gray, Suzanne Braley. Harry N. Abrams,pp. Publication Date: May. © Susan Meiselas / Magnum Photos During summer and fallan international collaboration research and design project was set up in New York, called Common Streetscapes, The Low Countries and New York, consisting out of a series of workshops, seminars, round table discussions and site visits with students, professionals and academics of Flanders, The Netherlands and New York.
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Streetscapes: The Weyhe Book Store and Gallery; From Books to Baked Goods. By Christopher Gray. Sept. 29, THE edition of the AIA Guide to New York.
Afterward, he will sign copies of his new book, which will be on sale in the society's bookstore. Tickets -- $10, $5 for students and senior citizens -- are available through the society, at ( New York State on pause — only essential businesses will be functioning.
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Answer 1 of My daughter and her boyfriend are part of a group visiting the city in March. It's the first trip for both. He's a building science major and, of course fascinated with buildings. He will be amazed, and I was hoping to give him a book he.
NYSE: Financial District Streetscapes. Undertaken in conjunction with NYC Economic Development Corporation, the Department of City Planning and the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, the New York Stock Exchange Streetscapes + Security project resolves the apparent contradictions of enabling a vibrant streetscape while providing cutting-edge security in one of New York’s densest.
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[Update, 5/1/] A memorial service for architecture writer and historian Christopher Gray, longtime author of the Streetscapes column in The New York. The passing earlier this week of Christopher Gray, architectural historian and writer of the New York Times’s Streetscapes column, robs the city, and world, of one of its foremost sages of the Author: Patrick Sisson.
Christopher Gray's weekly Streetscapes column. 2, likes. Kerry Doyle, Edita ReginaFollowers: K. Keeping this exhibit in mind for the next gloomy NYC weekend. From New York Transit Museum. The photographs transcend their original purpose, showing New York changing on a daily basis as a result of the subway and revealing architectural and cultural details.
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