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Principles for

Temporary Communities


Urban Land Institute

Principles for

Temporary Communities
John K. McIlwain Alexa Bach Mary Beth Corrigan Richard Haughey Prema Katari George J. Kelly Michael Pawlukiewicz

The Urban Land Institute gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Fannie Mae Foundation in underwriting this project.

About ULI–the Urban Land InstituteULI–the Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit education and research institute that is supported by its members. Its mission is to provide responsible leadership in the use of land to enhance the total environment. ULI sponsors education programs and forums to encourage an open, international exchange of ideas and sharing of experiences; initiates research that anticipates emerging land use trendsand issues and documents best practices; proposes creative solutions based on that research; provides advisory services; and publishes a wide variety of materials to disseminate information on land use and development. Established in 1936, ULI has more than 29,000 members in 80 countries representing the entire spectrum of the land use and development disciplines. Richard M. Rosan PresidentRecommended bibliographic listing: McIlwain, John K., Alexa Bach, Mary Beth Corrigan, Richard Haughey, Prema Katari, George J. Kelly, and Michael Pawlukiewicz. Principles for Temporary Communities. Washington, D.C.: ULI–the Urban Land Institute, 2006. ULI Catalog Number: T32, 10 pack; T33, Single Copy ISBN: 978-0-87420-957-0 Copyright 2006 by ULI–the Urban Land Institute 1025 Thomas Jefferson Street,N.W. Suite 500 West Washington, D.C. 20007-5201 Printed in the United States of America. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without written permission of the publisher.

ULI Project Staff
Rachelle L. Levitt Executive VicePresident, Policy and Practice Publisher Mary Beth Corrigan Vice President, Advisory Services and Policy Programs John K. McIlwain Senior Resident Fellow ULI/J. Ronald Terwilliger Chair for Housing Michael Pawlukiewicz Director, Environment and Policy Education Alexa Bach ULI Scholar in Residence Nancy H. Stewart Director, Book Program Managing Editor Sandra F. Chizinsky Manuscript Editor BetsyVanBuskirk Art Director Book and Cover Design; Layout Craig Chapman Director, Publishing Operations

Cover photograph: FEMA.


This publication was made possible with the help of many individuals who gave generously of their time and talent. My thanks go to the following:
Bill Collins Chief Executive Officer GAF Materials Corp. Wayne, New Jersey Cheryl G. Cummins ChiefOperating Officer ULI–the Urban Land Institute William R. Klein Director of Research American Planning Association Chicago, Illinois Anita Kramer Director Retail Development ULI–the Urban Land Institute Edward T. McMahon Senior Resident Fellow Charles E. Fraser Chair for Sustainable Development ULI–the Urban Land Institute David Mulvihill Managing Director Professional Development ULI–the Urban LandInstitute Shekar Narasimhan Managing Partner Beekman Advisors, Inc. McLean, Virginia J. Michael Pitchford Chief Executive Officer/President Community Preservation and Development Corporation (CPDC) Washington, D.C. Reena Racki, AIA Principal Reena Racki Associates Washington, D.C. Randall K. Rowe Chairman Green Courte Partners, LLC Lake Forest, Illinois


Dean Schwanke Vice President ofDevelopment Trends and Analysis ULI–the Urban Land Institute Adrienne Schmitz Director Residential Community Development ULI–the Urban Land Institute DJ Sessner Senior Planner Transitional Neighborhood Development Joint Housing Solutions Center Federal Emergency Management Agency Baton Rouge, Louisiana

ULI Project Staff
Rachelle Levitt Executive Vice President Policy and Practice ULI–the Urban...