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9/11 Reassessments of Urban Location Costs and Risks

Citation

Johnson, James H., Jr. & Kasarda, John D. (2003). 9/11 Reassessments of Urban Location Costs and Risks. Real Estate Issues, 28(2), 28-35.

Abstract

Following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, corporate leaders, their employees, and the insurance industry--all began to reevaluate location risks and costs associated with occupying commercial real estate in densely settled urban centers, especially downtown high rise office towers. In this article, we review these post 9/11 re-assessments and their likely impact on corporate location decisions and employment distribution across U.S. cities and metropolitan areas.

URL

https://www.questia.com/magazine/1G1-110732244/9-11-reassessments-of-urban-location-costs-and-risks

Reference Type

Journal Article

Journal Title

Real Estate Issues

Author(s)

Johnson, James H., Jr.
Kasarda, John D.

Year Published

2003

Volume Number

28

Issue Number

2

Pages

28-35

Reference ID

2557