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A case of trans-community: Jin-street in Beijing

Author(s): Che Fei

Journal: Social Space
ISSN 2084-1558

Issue: 1;
Start page: 199;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: trans-community | Jin Street Model | regeneration | neighbourhood | decline | social space

Trans-community Jin street model is a study on the sustainable development of Beijing’s old city neighbourhood community. This project does not address to the famous Hutong area in Beijing, but to the public housing neighbourhood built in the 1960s and 1970s (era of the planned economy), which very few people concerned. This kind of neighbourhood also fell into decay as the Hutong district, but very few people cares. Jin street is such a neighbourhood (street has been renamed according to the practice), revitalised because of the street fact-lift programme for Olympic Games. Therefore, after field research and in-depth analysis, a development model for old city districts is proposed; it starts from government public investment; it is based on self-organisation; it uses free business development as a means; the Government, the public and the business achieve a win-win situation, and finally make the old city district back to the track of sustainable development at the beginning of its decline. At the end, a new idea of sustainable development for Jin Street high-rise residence is proposed, based on this model-high-rise market, turning single housing units into a mixture of open shops and living places, achieving a certain degree of self-economy.

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