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Campbell Soup says it's determined to stay in Camden. Sprawling Office Campus plans ignore transportation assets.

Campbell Soup, the last Fortune 500 company in Camden, suffered a severe blow to its plans to create a 110-acre office park on the Admiral Wilson Boulevard when a judge invalidated its development pla

Car Culture Is Fading?

Below are two stories I came across this week that point toward a shift away from car culture.

Doug Farr on Smart City Radio

Doug Farr discusses Sustainable Urbanism, LEED for Neighborhood Development, and the 2030 Community Challenge with Smart City Radio's Carol Coletta.

Transit, Density Sustain Communities in Difficult Housing Market

As we experience a poor housing market in America, it's important to consider the geography of areas both losing and gaining property value. The

Judge invalidates Campbell Soup expansion plan approval

Tuesday, January 8, 2008 By RENEE WINKLER Courier-Post Staff
CAMDEN

Eco-Villages and Urbanism

A concept that offers exciting new options for sustainable urban renewal in U.S. cities.

Public Transit: A green line

Quite a contrast between the Garden State and the Prairie State:

Public Transit: A green line

Quite a contrast between the Garden State and the Prairie State:

Changing Skyline | City planning still bush-league By Inga Saffron Philadelphia Inquirer Architecture Critic

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.