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Adaptive Reuse of Religious Buildings and Schools in the US: Determinants of Project Outcomes

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  • Robert A. Simons

    () (Cleveland State University)

  • Eugene Choi

    () (Cleveland State University)

Abstract

This study addresses factors that affect the outcomes of adaptive reuse of empty religious buildings and schools in the United States. Literature-driven observable factors expected to have an impact on project outcomes include both supply side and demand side factors (building characteristics, neighborhood demographics, micro-location characteristics, macro-economic factors, etc.) are used as explanatory variables. This study uses the multinomial logit model with the outcome of adaptive reuse projects (e.g., apartments, condominiums, retail, office and cultural uses) as the dependent variable. This study has found that many supply side and demand side factors are associated with certain outcomes. It is expected that the results of this study can offer valuable basic information about associations between factors and development outcomes for adaptive reuse.

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  • Robert A. Simons & Eugene Choi, 2010. "Adaptive Reuse of Religious Buildings and Schools in the US: Determinants of Project Outcomes," International Real Estate Review, Asian Real Estate Society, vol. 13(1), pages 79-108.
  • Handle: RePEc:ire:issued:v:13:n:01:2010:p:79-108
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    Keywords

    Adaptive reuse; Multinomial logit model; Religious buildings and schools;

    JEL classification:

    • L85 - Industrial Organization - - Industry Studies: Services - - - Real Estate Services

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