Sprawl, A to Z
Boston Globe
An investment that is producing a negative cash fl ow thanks to developers’ tendency to divide lots into many more subdivisions than they can ever develop, as with this grid on the New Mexican desert.
ALLIGATOR
An investment that is producing a negative cash fl ow thanks to developers’ tendency to divide lots into many more subdivisions than they can ever develop, as with this grid on the New Mexican desert.
(From Dolores Hayden's "A Field Guide to Sprawl" / Photographs by Jim Wark)