Cities, like brains, are immense networks of connective patterns built up over time. Understanding this evolving structure can help us to formulate better urban policies and practices.
New Urbanism planning principles have been incorporated into comprehensive plans all across Texas, and this has begun to have real impacts on people and places.
For many years, retailers resisted the architecture of street-facing storefronts, but necessity is the mother of flexibility.
A few simple policy steps rooted in design and public access have dramatically improved a stretch of the Adriatic coast. Similar ideas could be implemented in US towns.
This holiday is about places and people and memory, and that has an impact on how we build and experience cities and towns.
Review of City on a Hill: Urban Idealism in America from the Puritans to the Present, by Alex Krieger, Harvard University Press, 2019.
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The city council in the St. Louis, Missouri, suburb of Kirkwood has approved the master plan for Station Plaza, a 7-acre, mixed-use development with...
Atlanta-based Post Properties has announced the completion of the urban infill development Post Roosevelt Square in Phoenix, Arizona. The mixed-use...
Edited by Jean ScottCNU Florida Chapter, 2005, 172 pp., paperback $21.n the Sunshine State, where the seeds of New Urbanism were first planted, a...
The well-known new urban community Orenco Station west of Portland, Oregon, is getting affordable housing adjacent to a light rail stop.