Selected Aspects of Land Use and City Center: Case of Chicago Clyde E. Browning University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill distribution of land use is fundamental to a detailed study of urban spatial structure. manner in which land uses are distributed in relation to focal point of city-- Central Business District (CBD) --permits one facet of land use pattern to be brought into focus in a manner not revealed by studying distribution of land uses per se. Considering advantages of this approach, and its use by investigators in or fields, it is surprising that very few land use analyses of this type have ever been attempted. reason for lack of studies of this type probably lies in fact that land use data have not been generally inventoried on a quantitative basis within a framework of equal areas. goal of this paper is twofold: to evaluate significance of in land use analysis and to present data on selected aspects of land use and city center for Chicago area. Three aspects of subject are presented: 1. proportion of all land in use (or developed) by CBD. 2.Land use proportions or land use "mixes" by CBD. 3. cumulative per cent
Southeastern Geographer – University of North Carolina Press
Published: Jul 3, 1964
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