Shopability studies for two Florida cities illustrate the potential and hurdles for many American small-to-midsize downtowns.
Score one for historic preservation when a canal in use for two millennia was saved from being filled in to create a road and instead planned as a unique public space.
A "pop up" park has evolved into a major downtown Detroit square that is anchoring a neighborhood revitalization.
The City of Las Vegas adopted one of the state's first form-based codes following two years of training and community engagement. The new code is a big step toward implementing the City’s downtown master plan.
Plan Viva Laredo is making an immediate impact on Laredo, as streets are retrofitted for multimodal transportation and developers are encouraged to use new urban principles.
Building Places People Love is important for sustainable communities—urbanists should embrace the aesthetic eclecticism that is responsible for many of the cities we admire today.
Two-way streets prove safer, more walkable, and more supportive of business than one-way streets for Midwestern cities.
Opportunity Zone finance is helping to kickstart development around an underutilized section of the Beltline in Atlanta.
Four developments in Deanwood, DC, show the transformative potential of multiple projects that include low-income housing in a single Opportunity Zone.