Street Value: Shopping, Planning, and Politics at Fulton Mall
Street Value:
Shopping, Planning, and Politics at Fulton Mall

Street Value: Shopping, Planning, and Politics at Fulton Mall, the first title in the Inventory Books series, focuses on developments at Brooklyn’s Fulton Mall—an outdoor shopping district since the 1880s and a hip hop mecca since the 1980s. Through archival documentation, contemporary interviews and photography, and new analytical writing, Street Value is a guide to Fulton Mall’s past, a call to re-envision its future, and a case study for other urban-commercial developments of its kind. Inventory Books is a platform for the synthesis of textual and visual research on transformations in urban spaces and culture. Edited by Adam Michaels and published by Princeton Architectural Press, the series presents rigorous content in an accessible format for a diverse public.

7 × 4 ¼ inches

207 pages, softcover

2009