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Accès au logement et intégration à la ville : les grands ensembles immobiliers de la périphérie de Mexico

Abstract : The recent emergence of a housing supply for the lower middle classes has profoundly transformed the outskirts of Mexico City's metropolis. The first mass real estate operations in Mexico are now about twenty years old: this temporal hindsight makes it possible to understand the diversity of local configurations and arrangements, between developers, public authorities and inhabitants, around the processes of settlement and consolidation of these "pieces of the city". Through the analysis of official data on resident populations as well as on the production of housing on the one hand, and exploratory surveys of residents and stakeholders involved in this production on the other, the integration of this stock at different scales, from the local environment to the metropolitan scale, will be questioned. First, the renovated context of this real estate production will be presented. Second, the residential strategies behind the settlement of these areas will be highlighted. Finally, the issue of the heterogeneity of residential complexes and their evolutionary trajectories will be discussed.
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Submitted on : Sunday, December 12, 2021 - 8:24:34 PM
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Antonine Ribardière, Jean-François Valette. Accès au logement et intégration à la ville : les grands ensembles immobiliers de la périphérie de Mexico. Fuster Farfán X., Sosa Valdez D., Wilson Wetter Y. (dir.). Habiter les villes latino-américaines. Débats, réflexions et enjeux de la recherche urbaine, L'Harmatan, pp. 333-364, 2021, Habitat et Sociétés, 978-2-343-24665-9. ⟨hal-03476419⟩



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