Headlines: Surprising allies
City Lab, July 6, 2017
The newer suburbs, not the old ones, are struggling with the largest numbers of low-income residents.
The American Conservative, July 7, 2017
The reviewer argues that it’s through gentrification that preservation prevails in city neighborhoods.
The Atlantic, July 7, 2017
Out of a desire for more equitable housing policy, some city dwellers have started allying with developers instead of opposing them.
NextCity, June 28, 2017
A new survey from the Center for Active Design (CfAD) finds out.
Washingtonian, July 5, 2017
Washingtonian talks to real-estate analyst and New Urbanist Christopher Leinberger about what’s making the D.C. region so pedestrian-friendly.
Curbed LA, July 6, 2017
Redevelopment of mall includes nearly 1,000 residential units, plus office space and a hotel.
Atlanta Journal Constitution, June 24, 2017
Some of Atlanta’s newest suburban neighborhoods are poised to become walkable urban settings that appeal to millennials, baby boomers and other buyers.1