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EVALUATION OF LOW-RISE NEIGHBORHOODS AND HIGH-RISE NEIGHBORHOODS IN THE CONTEXT OF NEW URBANISM

Over the last decades, the growth of cities is accelerated dramatically and established qualities in cities around the world are increasingly disappearing in favour of globalization. Istanbul is not an exception. There is a growing interest in improving large-scale housing estates. Especially with the expansion of high-rise buildings. One of the most popular urban planning movements that work to solve a lot of the modern city’s problems of the 21st century is the New Urbanism movement that has developed a set of principles that seek to create a livable community for improving social well-being. Ataköy project is considered one of Istanbul's most successful and popular residential projects. Its construction started in 1950 and consists of 11 stages that have been completed in 50 years. This paper aims to compare two different applications in urban planning growth (7th-8th low-rise neighborhood and 9th- 10th high-rise neighborhood) in the Ataköy project in the light of New Urbanism to highlight the pros and cons that each type has, in addition, to study how these types could affect the quality of our cities and make them more livable that human as a major component of the city. The study used a review several studies on the Internet related to this study were examined, in addition, visits were made to both neighborhoods, providing general information on the subject, and research on-field practices were carried out, taking some photos, drawing plans, and making tables were also conducted to have a better understanding of the current impacts of results.



Keywords
New Urbanism. Low-rise neighborhood. High-rise neighborhood. Livability



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