Extraordinary strides have been made in the advancement of placemaking over the past twenty-five years.
Federal programs that were created in another era continue to pose barriers to financing mixed-use, compact, sustainable communities—despite lower risk.
Rose's latest book "is an urgent call to re-evaluate the theory and practice of city-making"
Pinpointing suburban poverty, an argument for gentrification, when residents side with developers, and what 5,000 Americans think of urban design.
How cities meet the challenges of water, a local fight against transit, and new places for new urbanism