From vision to reality : a case study evaluating the private-public development process

dc.contributor.advisorKahn, Terry D.en
dc.contributor.committeeMemberButler, Kent S.en
dc.creatorStanley, John Paul, 1987-en 2011en
dc.description.abstractUnderstanding the nature of private-public interaction within a development process provides crucial insight into the workings of a new development from the initial vision all the way to post-construction property management. The private and public sectors must work together as partners in the development process, understanding the goals of one another while remaining flexible in their own decision making in order to create a development that best meets the vision of both parties. By studying Cedar Park Town Center and Midtown Commons, located in Cedar Park, Texas and Austin, Texas, respectively, we can grow a greater understanding of how the private-public interaction involved in these cases affected two pioneering mixed-use projects in Central Texas. Utilizing personal interviews as well as documentation from both public and private sources, detailed information was gathered regarding the process and interaction used by private and public parties in both developments.en
dc.description.departmentCommunity and Regional Planningen
dc.subjectCedar Park Town Centeren
dc.subjectMidtown Commonsen
dc.subjectCedar Parken
dc.subjectUnited Statesen
dc.subjectPrivate-public interactionen
dc.subjectLand use and developmenten
dc.subjectMixed-use zoningen
dc.subjectCity planningen
dc.titleFrom vision to reality : a case study evaluating the private-public development processen