Changing Skyline | City planning still bush-league By Inga Saffron Philadelphia Inquirer Architecture CriticSubmitted by Michael McAteer on Sun, 01/06/2008 - 7:16pm
There are two kinds of people counting the days until Mayor-elect Michael Nutter fires David Auspitz, the blustering, bullying chairman of Philadelphia's Zoning Board of Adjustment.
In the recent article "It's Way Too Easy Being Green" on Slate.com author Daniel Brook discusses some of the possible loopholes in USGBC's Leadership in E
The Washington Post ran a great piece on Sunday about how rising gas prices will push our country toward more urban development patterns.
Philadelphia: Defiance of a protection ruling by the state's top preservation official.Bulldozers Reach Phila.Convention CenterSubmitted by Michael McAteer on Tue, 12/25/2007 - 1:52pm
By Inga Saffron
Time magazine had a great article on their website this week about how New Urbanism addresses the problems of global warming and public health.
I am an ardent believer in New Urbanism and I am someone who loves the state of Arizona (for the most part).
Lee Myung Bak, the "Bulldozer", was elected as President of South Korea on Wednesday.
Campbell's Asks for Another 2-Month Extension
Campbell gets time to secure OKs for headquarters plan
Dec. 6, 2008
By SARAH GREENBLATT
WHEN Robert A. M.
While the New York State Transportation Department prepares to award construction contracts for an improvement of Buffalo's Route 5 elevated expressway,