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Walking Home: The Life and Lessons of a City Builder

by Ken Greenberg

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Architect Ken Greenberg narrates his memoirs, from growing up in New York City to becoming an architect in Toronto, and his 30-year long research into the many methods and posibilities for renovating and restoring some of the many cities he's visited.

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FOR ETI, A CITY GIRL
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Think of Broadway as it follows New York City's progress from the tip of Lower Manhattan up the Hudson River or Yonge Street running north, bisecting the heart of Toronto.
My first and recurring experience of a city occurred at 1902 Avenue L off Ocean Avenue in Brooklyn, where I was born in 1944 and where I returned to live twice in my youth.
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