Success Factors of Waterfronts Around the WorldPublic
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Victoria Harbour waterfront development faces challenges in the relationships among private and public stakeholders and developers. Six waterfront cities determined to be successful were benchmarked against Hong Kong and then studied in depth. We gathered the guidelines, laws, projects, ownership, and physical status of the waterfronts from Baltimore, Maryland, Chicago, Illinois, New York City, New York, Singapore, Republic of Singapore, Sydney, Australia, and Vancouver, Canada. We used these examples to draft conclusions on the elements that make a successful waterfront, how to achieve unity of a waterfront, and the role of guidelines in waterfront development and presented them to Designing Hong Kong.
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