Washington, D.C. provides a model for trends found in other cities: people living near transit are trending younger, whiter, and more educated.
Dec 20, 2015 The Washington Post - Wonkblog
From his home in Brainerd, Minnesota (population 13,500), this fiscally conservative engineer leads a growing movement. His slow-and-steady approach to urban development has real bipartisan appeal.
Dec 10, 2015 MinnPost
New York Times columnists and critics have always figured prominently in my urban studies course reading lists, whether it's Paul Krugman advocating Old World urbanism, Blog Post
Dec 7, 2015 By
Nashville has 100 new projects, worth more than $2 billion, underway or in the pipeline for the next year. What does the building boom mean for city's future.
Oct 19, 2015 The New York Times
Density isn't always a dirty word, apparently—as residents of Utah have voiced their support of more urban typologies to support its expected population growth over the next several decades.
Sep 8, 2015 The Salt Lake Tribune
Low crime rates and affordable property preoccupy adults, but kids need something more: the ability to walk the streets and play out on their own. In The Guardian, Viv Groskop explores the "popsicle test" and other elements of child-friendly cities.
Aug 25, 2015 The Guardian
After enjoying a strong run of prominence and success, the new economy is taking its toll on university presses.
Aug 10, 2015 Next City
The general principle is simple: more density equals lower prices and less environmental impact. But suburbia's imprint is deep, both on cities themselves and on how we expect to inhabit them.
Jul 27, 2015 Grist
Insightful designers continue to seek a better future for Los Angeles architecture by way of L.A. urbanism.
Jul 20, 2015 Places Journal
A post for The Corner Side Yard broadens the definition of urbanism as a field of practice to include more African Americans in the discussion of who has influence in improving cities.
Jul 8, 2015 The Corner Side Yard