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Title:Secondary units and urban infill: A literature review PDF Logo
Authors:Wegmann, Jake
Nemirow, Alison
Issue Date:2011
Series/Report no.:Working Paper, Institute of Urban and Regional Development 2011-02
Abstract:This literature review examines the research on both infill development in general, and secondary units in particular, with an eye towards understanding the similarities and differences between infill as it is more traditionally understood - i.e., the development or redevelopment of entire parcels of land in an already urbanized area - and the incremental type of infill that secondary unit development constitutes. The paper is intended to provide background to an ongoing study of secondary unit development potential in the East Bay.
Document Type:Working Paper
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