Elkhart, Indiana, is implementing plans to attract young, talented, workers to start businesses and boost the economy.

Downtown Westminster, Colorado, is designed as a ‘place’ that grows organically with affordable housing included.

A national study shows strong demand for walkable urban development—cities with high rents perform surprisingly well on social equity measures.

We've seen how Opportunity Zones can spur multiple developments to provide high-quality low-income housing while transforming communities.

At CNU 27.Louisville, New Urbanists got a little verklempt

New York State transportation officials are gathering crucial input to ensure the successful transformation of Route 81 in Syracuse into a Community Grid.

The cities represent the versatility of recent codes that replace conventional zoning.

Daybreak Mews is a prime example of how “missing middle” housing types can expand choices while adding to the urban fabric of a larger neighborhood.

Transforming suburban places is a growing and necessary trend across America. What are the tactics to make it happen?

A new vision for Chicago's grandest boulevard connects two neighborhoods and provides a setting for 4,200 new housing units.

Seaside’s influence on urban redevelopment is profound—it initiated a re-evaluation of the the civic realm in planning and city building. Lessons learned at Seaside have been applied in the revival, redevelopment, and restoration of existing communities.