Designed properly, roundabouts enhance placemaking and the pedestrian experience.
Two primary strategies will help to achieve affordable living: Reduce household transportation costs and support smaller living spaces.
Cities take a physical form that either supports or is stressful to people outside of a moving vehicle or building. Witold Rybczynski, in his critique of New Urbanism, forgets that lesson.
For three generations, the American Dream was largely defined by continual suburban expansion. A new urban dream has emerged, and it is here to stay.
The multifamily industry is building more in walkable locations, but developers still need instruction on the manners of placemaking. Here are some hints.
In a comprehensive piece called "What's New in New Urbanism," Multi-Housing News reports that new urban ideas have "swept the industry over the past 20 years."
If you want to be profiled in Wikipedia, it is better to be born in an urban place.
After generations of sales focused on conventional suburbia, realtors are discovering the demand for walkable, urban places.
The administrative change to follow recent successful FHA standards, according to CNU president John Norquist.
Connecting competence to organized support is key to reversing the Sisyphean cycle of urban placemaking.