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24 February, 16:25

According to the Griffin-Ford model, what typifies the center of a Latin American city? A. high-density residential neighborhoods with interspersed plazas B. a mid-rise business district with interspersed plazas C. squatter settlements with few open-space reserves D. a plaza mayor surrounded by a grid of streets

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  1. 24 February, 17:18
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    D. a plaza mayor surrounded by a grid of streets

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    The Griffin-Ford model has at its core the financial center and a portion that the authors call the Market in an attempt to differentiate modern offices and hotels from more traditional and informal street-level commerce. From the financial center there is a commercial "spine" that arrives at one in a commercial structure located on the urban fringe, interconnected to the industrial zone via a ring road.
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