Gulfport has been one of the Gulf Coast cities to watch since the days (and nights) of the new urbanist-led Mississippi Renewal Forum in 2005, where city officials led by tireless Mayor Brent Warr log
Doug Farr, Victor Dover, John Norquist and I participated in a special half day session prior to the 4th Annual CNU Florida Chapter meeting last week. It was a sell out.
Donn Esmonde weighs in on the waterfront debate again this week with his commentary in the Buffalo News, "Route 5 barricade heads to c
This essay discusses the reasons for neighborhood ratings, which can be grouped into six broadly overlapping categories: communication, recognition, planning, marketing, research and investing.
In the January 24th edition of the South Mississippi Sun-Herald, readers gained an insight into the complexity and urgency with which the rebuilding of the Gulf Coast is taking place.
This January, the jury for 2008's CNU Charter Awards met in beautiful Miami, Florida, to judge entries and ultimately award the brightest and best of this year's projects.
For some reason, defenders of the sprawl status quo are often referred to as "contrarian." For example, if you google "Joel Kotkin" and "contrarian" you get 498 hits.
Campbell Soup says it's determined to stay in Camden. Sprawling Office Campus plans ignore transportation assets.Submitted by Michael McAteer on Fri, 01/18/2008 - 5:15pm
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
Below are two stories I came across this week that point toward a shift away from car culture.