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Professor Campo Publishes in Urban Infill

JM1_4785-2978925420-OProfessor Daniel Campo’s essay comparing industrial heritage projects in Brooklyn and Buffalo, “Postindustrial Futures: Adaptive Reuse vs.’As-is’ Preservations,” was published in Urban Infill 7: Historic Preservation and Urban Change (Terry Schwarz, editor). This innovative book series published by the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative examines the future of urbanism in the American Rustbelt and elsewhere. 

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