This recent article in Newsweek questions how appropriate the construction of a new megamall, named Xanadu, outside of New York City really is.
The Guardian found a nice meaty hook in a set of frank (and frankly provocative) remarks that Andres Duany made in announcing his master plan for open lands in Hertfordshire.
Living up to its plans: Mixson is as European as US development gets (plus green and entry-level priced)Submitted by Filmanowicz on Sun, 11/23/2008 - 6:19pm
Mixson earned a Charter Award from the 2008 jury based on revelatory plans like the rendering shown here in detail.
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New highway construction has been destructive to US Metro areas inducing sprawl and degrading existing neighborhoods.
I would be very interested to learn from others how to deal with local government on the issue of narrow streets and alleys.
The Chicago Homes section of the Chicago Sun-Times highlights the benefits of walkable neighborhoods and new urbanism
While the environmental, social, and even
In a rather big victory for progressives (or liberals, if you prefer), House Democrats Thursday voted 137-122 to make Rep.