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Project Baltia 0311 Shoreline Cities of today are rushing towards the water. They are clearing their shores of industry and port infrastructure in order to build housing and public spaces instead. Grey waterfront zones are becoming desirable pieces of real estate, districts that are blissfully unaware of the ongoing economic crisis. The 14:th issue of Project Baltia magazine displays differnet approaches on waterfront development around the Baltic Sea; from the building of expensive high-rise residentials at Kalasatama on Helsinki’s seafront (p. 49) and the decision by Gazprom to move its ‘skyscraping’ activities closer to the Gulf of Finland in St Petersburg (p. 56); to Riga,where, on the contrary, a strategy for waterfront development based on citizen involvement, small-scale architecture, and development of yachting and public spaces are set about.

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