Subjects

Kishiwada-shi (Japan); Real estate development; Seaside resorts; Dwellings; Business planning; Market research; Economic impact analysis; Tourism

Description

To facilitate and stimulate the process of development planning of Kishiwada City, management of Fukunan Kaihatsu Company authorized a charrette conference in which company management and an outside group of planning professionals addressed the question of an appropriate concept for development on this site. This report endeavors to summarize the findings of the charrette and its preparatory work. Sections of the report include: 1) introduction, 2) site conditions 3) market orientation, 4) recommended land use, and 5) site planning. The proposed long-term redevelopment of Kishiwada City includes residential, hotel, and visitor attraction elements.

Publisher

Harrison Price Company

Client

Kishiwada Port Development Corporation

Date Original

8-3-1990

Document Type

Report

Identifier

785; DP0004546

Language

English

Rights

Copyright: University of Central Florida Special Collections. Permission to publish must be obtained from Special Collections in writing. Contact (407) 823-2576 or online at http://library.ucf.edu/about/departments/special-collections-university-archives/

Number of Pages

59 pages

Keywords

Kishiwada City; Japan; Commercial Attractions; Location-Based Entertainment Indoor Attractions; Real Estate; Festival Markets and Shopping Centers

Place

Kishiwada-shi (Japan)

Digital Reproduction Specialists

Electronically reproduced by the Digital Services unit of the University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, 2005.

Is Referenced By

http://library.ucf.edu/specialcollections/Collections/ManuscriptsPrice.php (University of Central Florida Special Collections Harrison "Buzz" Price Papers finding aid); http://ucf.catalog.fcla.edu/permalink.jsp?29CF033206285 (University of Central Florida Libraries Online Catalog)

College

Information Technologies & Resources

Unit

University Libraries

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