Black Mountain Institute; UNLV College of Urban Affairs
Michael Saltman and Greg Brown discuss the history of modern urban planning beginning with Paris, France, and the history of real estate development in Las Vegas, including the area in and around the UNLV campus. Focus is given to how past development and zoning choices lead to UNLV becoming a commuter campus. The role and goals of the proposed Midtown UNLV project are also discussed.
City planning – History; France – Paris; Nevada – Las Vegas; Urbanization – History
Civil and Environmental Engineering | Environmental Design | Infrastructure | Real Estate | Sustainability | Urban, Community and Regional Planning | Urban Studies and Planning
Brown, G. S.
Nexus 2: Urban development and UNLV.
Available at: http://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/blackmountain_lectures_events/79