Kit Krankel McCullough

Kit Krankel McCullough is an architectural and urban designer and consultant to cities, institutions, developers, neighborhood and merchant groups around the country. She is a lecturer at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan. She is working on a book, Car Light City: How the transportation revolution can improve our cities and our lives.

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Eight incremental development policies to help bridge the wealth gap

Using vacant parcels in a in a predominantly African American neighborhood in Northwest Detroit as a testing ground, a University of Michigan team modeled a development process that could support local residents as small-scale, novice developers.
KIT KRANKEL MCCULLOUGHJUL. 9, 2020

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Creating livable Workshop Neighborhoods

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.
KIT KRANKEL MCCULLOUGHAUG. 26, 2020