Zoning and Housing Costs: The Impact of Land-Use Controls on Housing Price

By Lynne B. Sagalyn; George Sternlieb | Go to book overview

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The subject under consideration in this study: the cost impact of zoning and development requirements on the price of housing, is complex, and involves a variety of approaches. In the course of this work, we were fortunate to be able to enlist the support of interested observers and participants who brought to bear a very full panoply of talent commensurate with the scale and variety of skills required.

We would like to acknowledge first the builders and developers who provided much of the raw data which were essential to the analysis. Interviews frequently lasting as much as three hours were secured from these individuals' very busy working days. In preparation for the structured interviews, a series of most useful meetings were held with real estate developers. Mr. Sidney Greybar must be singled out for his imaginative and sympathetic efforts in this regard.

Our colleagues Dr. Robert Burchell, Dr. James Hughes and Mr. Franklin James contributed thoughtful criticism and suggestions. Mrs. Virginia Paulus, the Center's librarian, provided highly constructive and imaginative research services throughout the fieldwork and analysis, while Mr. William Dolphin, the Center's chief of computer analysis and data processing, enabled this vital input to be achieved with a minimum level of time and expenditure.

Both in the development of this study and through its course, the staff of the New Jersey State Department of Community Affairs was most helpful, particularly in providing data on exclusionary land use patterns within the state. Ms. Cynthia Jillson was a most helpful interface with the staff of the department.

The production of the final version of this manuscript was in the capable hands of Miss Mona Levin and Audrey Ritche under the supervision of Mrs. Mary Picarella. In sum, the authors would most humbly like to acknowledge the great debt that they owe to all the individuals involved in this work. The errors that remain are the authors' own.

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