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City planning--New York (State)--New York
City planning--Environmental aspects
City planning--Technological innovations
City and town life--Europe--History
Cities and towns
Cities and towns, Medieval--Europe
Cities and towns--Technological innovations
Community development, Urban
Discrimination in housing--United States
Gentrification--New York (State)--New York
Housing policy--New York (State)--New York
Housing policy--United States
Land use, Urban--United States
Low-income housing--United States
Recycling (Waste, etc.)
GF125 Cities.Urban geography
GF127 Rural settlements. Rural geography
HD7260-7780.8 Industrial hygiene. Industrial welfare (includes public & low income housing)
HE305-311 Urban transportation
HT101-395 Urban groups. The city. Urban sociology
HT161-165 Garden cities.
HT165.5-169.9 City planning
HT170-178 Urban renewal. Urban redevelopment
HT201-221 City population; Including children in cities, immigration
HT231 Effect of city life
HT251-265 Mental and moral life
HT281 Recreation. Amusements
HT321-325 The city as an economic factor. City promotion
HT330-334 Metropolitan areas
HT351-352 Suburban cities and towns
HT361-384 Urbanization. City and country
HT388 Regional economics. Space in economics
HT390-395 Regional planning
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