Development & Implementation

NY Times: Atlanta becoming the first major city to knock down all it's Public Housing. Concentrating poverty very destructive."

Atlanta is nearing a very different record: becoming the first major city to knock them ( Public Housing )all down. ... read more »

See a Google Earth Map, Location and Transportation Assets of an Entire City Declared "In Need of Redevelopment"

Google Earth Map Location and Transportation Assets of an Entire City Declared "In Need of Redevelopment" ... read more »

SUSPEND HOPE VI

SUSPEND HOPE VI ... read more »

Teams Meet to Plan Atlanta’s Future for Healthy Aging

Continuing the Atlanta Regional Comission Charrette a panel of experts from the National Center of Healthy Aging, the Wesley Woods Geriatric Center and the Department of Community Health discussed ba ... read more »

Demand dims for energy-efficient homes

Demand dims for energy-efficient homes By Chris Kahn Associated Press ... read more »

Wall Street Journal, Front Page, August 2, 2008

After the Bubble, Ghost Towns Across America Half-Built Subdivisions Are Lonesome Places; 'There's Just No Noise' By ALEX ROTH August 2, 2008; Page A1 ... read more »

Market Says: Planned Growth is the Key to Success

Building on the Developer Plenary at CNU XVI on staying afloat despite the market turmoi, the Chicago Tribune reports in this article ... read more »

CNU/ITE manual is a map through paradigm shift

Friday’s concurrent session, CNU and the ITE Manual, asked a simple question: Can new urbanists work with engineers to ... read more »

Campbell's Soup Asks for Another 2-Month Extension

Campbell's Asks for Another 2-Month Extension Campbell gets time to secure OKs for headquarters plan SARAH GREENBLATT Courier-Post Dec. 6, 2008 By SARAH GREENBLATT Courier-Post Staff ... read more »

Paving history for parking. For nearly two centuries, the buildings stood until they were mistakenly torn down .

Phila. Inquirer By Inga Saffron Inquirer Architecture Critic Paving history for parking For nearly two centuries, the buildings stood as sentinels at Front and Chestnuts streets until they were mistakenly torn down by bulldozers to make way for a parking lot. The matter is under investigation. ... read more »