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This book contains the information needed to accurately estimate parking requirements for a mixed-use center. Essential for government planners, developers, and architects, it helps to determine how many parking spaces are needed for a new development based on the types of tenants it will attract.
Published: Urban Land Institute an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9780874202328
List price: $69.99
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