27) While the behavior of ordinary subdividers
In 1907, the contracting firm of Hart & Carlow were hired by a speculative subdivider
to build two houses at 15 Blenheim Road and 49 Lansdowne Avenue North.
Some high-end subdividers
installed all of the new infrastructure --from paved, tree-lined streets with curbs and sidewalks, to sewers, connections for electricity and natural gas and broad boulevards with streetcar tracks--before selling new lots.
cashed in on the perception of style-based value.
What's more, Atlanta's subdividers
, neighborhood designers, urban boosters, and land agents were embedded in a national real estate network that stretched from coast to coast.
It is believed the subdividers
were of English descent and familiar with the estate because in addition to the name, one of the streets on the map was Devonshire Avenue, said Virginia Watson of the Chatsworth Historical Society.
First, at the level of conceptualisation, he describes a space of representation, a 'space of scientists, planners, urbanists, technocratic subdividers
and social engineers .
It is one dominated by what Lefebvre calls representations of space, in which the conceptualized products of "scientists, planners, urbanists, technocratic subdividers
and social engineers" predominate (Production 39).
At the first annual general meeting of the Trust held in September 1957 he criticised city councillors who chopped down trees and subdividers
who 'wreak havoc among the trees and shrubs of the land they are trying to sell'.
The Wisteria Lane that subdividers
envy is a stretch of storied Colonial Street on the Universal back lot, and it's played the role of a quietly prosperous (or ominously quiet) neighborhood in scores of movies and series about mostly white, mostly happy and mostly middle-class families.
can be required to pay for new schools and to grant some of their land for parks.
It is the space of "technocratic subdividers
and social engineers--all of whom identify what is lived and what is perceived with what is conceived.