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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.

ITS EASY BEING GREEN?

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

Washington Post: The End of Sprawl?

The Washington Post ran a great piece on Sunday about how rising gas prices will push our country toward more urban development patterns.