THE mortgage crisis has put “for sale” signs in front of houses across the country — including so-called McMansions — the large, expensive, often tasteless homes that have taken up so much sub
Chris Leinberger's recent article in the Atlantic Monthly discusses the decay of conventional suburbs and the change in the way Americans
HRH The Prince of Wales recently discussed his opinions of tall buildings in London.
Most debate over the relationship between smart growth, zoning regulations, and housing prices divides city and state governemnts into two categories: (a) laissez-faire, pro-sprawl governments and (b)
Hans Monderman, a speaker at November's CNU Transportation Summit in London, passed away recently from a fight with cancer.
Michigan new urbanists will soon have a new chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism to help focus their efforts in creating a more walkable, sustainable, neighborhood-based Michigan.
I have been reading literature on New Urbanism for nearly four years now and I am also a student of Sociology which has set me on a collision course to combine the two subjects into one question, how
An article in GreenBuilder magazine's October issue is now online and brings light to the critical con
Whether the setting is the recovering coastal areas of Mississippi and Louisiana or anywhere else for that matter, if your goal is to turn inspiring plans for renewed neighborhoods of walkable, mixed-