A unique missing middle housing development in Papillion, Nebraska, shows how smaller increments of multifamily are beneficial in economically uncertain times.

Cities are encouraging small manufacturing to promote inclusive economic development and livable wages in downtowns and main streets.

A case study by Peter Calthorpe shows the potential of underutilized suburban strips to help solve America's housing problems.

The scale and form of communities—and avoiding sprawl—will play critical roles in their long-term resilience.

The organic character of historic cities may take centuries to evolve, but humans are also capable of dynamic change and innovative adaptation—all reflected in evolving communities.

To meet the challenges of the 21st Century, traffic engineers and transportation planners need to think of streets as places and the foundation for community.

As more residents work from home—even after Covid-19—neighborhoods will include more variety in housing types and the way they are used. Part 2 in a two-part series.

As more residents work from home—even after Covid-19—they can choose where they live. Many will pick walkable neighborhoods where many people work out of their own homes.