Larry Keating, FAICP

Larry Keating, FAICP

Professor Emeritus

larry [dot] keating [at] coa [dot] gatech [dot] edu
Phone: (404) 894-0642Fax: (404) 894-1628Office location: 247 4th Street Room 204

Recent Publications 

  • "Bottom Fishing:  Emergent Policy Regarding Tax Delinquent Properties" (with D. Sjoquist), Public Investment (2002), 4pp.

  • Atlanta:  Race, Class and Urban Development (Philadelphia: Temple University Press2001), 242pp.

  • Making New Mortgage Markets:  Case Studies of Institutions, Home Buyers and Communities (with D. Listokin, E. Wiley, K. Rengert and B. Listokin) (Washington, D.C.:  Fannie Mae Foundation, 2000), 444 pp.

  • "Redeveloping Public Housing:  Relearning Immutible Lessons,"  Journal of the American Planning Association, (Autumn 2000), 13 pp.

  • "Sixty and Out: Techwood Homes Transformed by Enemies and Friends" (with C. Flores), Journal of Urban History (March, 2000), 24 pp.

  • "The Use of an External Organization to Facilitate University Community Partnerships" (with D. Sjoquist), Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research (2000), 27 pp.

  • "Peoplestown: Resilience and Tenacity versus Institutional Hostility," in Dennis Keating and Norman Krumholz (eds.), Rebuilding Urban Neighborhoods (Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications Inc. (1999), 24 pp.

  • "Atlanta Mortgage Consortium" and "NAACP/NationsBank Community Resource Centers," in David Listokin and Elvin K. Wyly, Successful Lending Industry Strategies (Washington, D.C.: Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1999), 19 and 17 pp.

  • "Community Development: Building on a New Foundation" (with M. Creighton and J. Abercrombie), in The Olympic Legacy: Building on What Was Acheived (Atlanta: Research Atlanta, 1996), 10 pp.

  • "Techwood and Clark Howell HOPE VI Baseline Case Study," in Linda B. Fosburg, Susan J. Popkin, and Gretchen P. Locke, An Historical and Baseline Assessment of HOPE VI, Volume II: Case Studies (Washington, D.C.: Office of Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1996), 41 pp.

 

Recent Research Reports

  • "A City for All:  Report of the Gentrification Task Force, " (with F. Alexander), Atlanta City Council Gentrification Task Force, September, 2001, 40 pp.

  • "Revitalizing Peoplestown," (with others), Peoplestown Redevelopment Corporation, December, 2001, 46 pp.

  • "Strengthening a Valuable Resource:  The Fulton County/City of Atlanta Land Bank Authority," Fannie Mae Foundation, January 2001, 49 pp.

  • "Analyses and Recommendations for the City of Atlanta's 2000 Consolidated Plan," City of Atlanta, March 2000, 157 pp.

  • "Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprises," Center for Urban Policy Research/Fannie Mae Foundation, January 1999, 31 pp.

  • "SunTrust Bank," Center for Urban Policy Research/Fannie Mae Foundation, January 1999, 24 pp.

  • "City of Atlanta Community Development Block Grant Expenditures 1994-1997," Atlanta Housing Association of Neighborhood-Based Developers, April 1998, 38 pp.

  • "Successful Lending Industry Strategies" (with others), Center for Urban Policy Research/U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, October 1997, 200 pp.

  • "Analysis and Evaluation of the Atlanta Mortgage Consortium," Center for Urban Policy Research/U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, July 1997, 18 pp.

  • "Analysis and Evaluation of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)/NationsBank Community Development Resource Centers," Center for Urban Policy Research/U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, July 1997, 17 pp.

  • "Capital View Redevelopment Plan" (with others), Capital Area Ministries, Inc., May 1997, 114 pp.

  • "Tax Delinquent Properties in the City of East Point: Turning Problems into Opportunities" (with K. Cooney and C. Calvert), October 1996, City of East Point, 27 pp.

  • "Peoplestown Redevelopment Plan" (with others), Peoplestown Revitalization Inc., 1996, 68 pp.

  • "Urban Revitalization Demonstration: Techwood Homes," Abt Associates/U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1995, 34 pp.

  • "English Avenue Neighborhood Development Plan" (with others), English Avenue Civic Association, 1995, 116 pp.

 

Distinctions

  • "Best Scholarly Paper 2000, 2001" Society for American City and Regional Planning History, 2001 (for Journal of Urban History article with C. Flores).

  • Georgia Planning Association Distinguished Achievement in Planning, 1997.

  • Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Architecture Faculty Service Award, 1996.

  • Fulbright Scholar, National Institute for Urban Affairs, New Delhi, and School of Planning, Ahmedabad, India, 1992.

  • Director, Outstanding Student Project, "Tax Delinquent Land in Twelve Atlanta Neighborhoods," Georgia Planning Association, 1990.

  • Director, Outstanding Student Paper, McClure Award, "Redlining in Atlanta," Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, 1989.

  • Director, Outstanding Student Project, "Nonprofit Housing Supply," Georgia Planning Association, 1988.