The Chicago Architecture Foundation is showing a scale model of the Loop and nearby areas on Michigan Avenue.
Jun 8, 2009 Chicago Tribune
This piece form the <em>Modesto Bee</em> looks at the growth and housing bust that has dramatically affected California's San Joaquin Valley -- home to some of the nation's highest rates of foreclosure.
Mar 31, 2009 The Modesto Bee
Having become something of a junkie who overdoses on political and economic news, it is only natural that I try to help justify that time investment by scouring the news for tidbits that have professional relevance. Just this past week several things have come across my monitor that have made me reflect.
Mar 6, 2009 By
A mapping project has laid out a blueprint for the location of new green energy sites in British Columbia. Officials are hoping it will help guide the province towards more sustainable growth, but others worry it will encourage sprawl.
Feb 27, 2009 The Tyee
The recession and the end of the age of fast-growth will be a good thing for Toronto, argues Christopher Hume.
Feb 23, 2009 The Toronto Star
Cities that have fun things to do -- so-called "consumption amenities" -- are more successful at attracting people and growing jobs, according to a recent report.
Jan 4, 2009 The Boston Globe
With a new four-lane highway and bridge, West Feliciana Parish in Louisiana is preparing for growth -- despite the economic downturn.
Dec 16, 2008 Baton Rouge Business Report
The Minneapolis-St. Paul region is spreading further south, according to a recent study, which shows that projected growth will require more than 50,000 new homes and millions of square feet of retail and office space.
Sep 29, 2008 Minneapolis-St.Paul Star Tribune
The pace of development in Cape Town, South Africa, is too fast for the city to keep up with infrastructure improvements. Officials are calling for increased gas taxes to generate funding for maintenance of roads and other infrastructure.
Sep 22, 2008 Cape Times
<p>Formerly small towns near Boston have experienced high growth rates in recent years. But despite their potential to keep growing, water supplies and aging infrastructure will likely be a limiting factor.</p>
Jul 11, 2008 The Boston Globe