Why New Urbanism hasn’t caught on more as a reliable model of development and two potential solutions to this problem.
A look back to look forward in Cincinnati's best-known urban neighborhood.
The Xenia Hub District plan aims to rebuild a neighborhood around a multi-use trail hub near downtown.
A new urban development is underway in Norman, Oklahoma, with a philosophy that can be compared to the award-winning Serenbe, in Georgia. Selah, a name derived from a Hebrew blessing, focuses on sustainability, agrarian urbanism, and community...
South Carolina development offers convincing lessons for how builders, developers, and architects can create a successful new town.
Urban designers and architects are astounded by a charming, small, mid-block development in Charleston that is 2-4 stories tall yet is comparable to the gross density of Manhattan.
Three landmark developments since the 1980s have transformed the city's relationship to the water.
Aldea de Santa Fe, a new urban village in New Mexico, is fully built except for its mixed-use plaza. The time is ripe to complete this community.
Adaptive reuse of building ensemble in Providence, Rhode Island, restores significant mixed-use structures, improves public space, and provides contextual architecture in a historic downtown.
The Proscenium is a key part of one of the largest, coordinated, suburban retrofit endeavors anywhere in the US.
New community in Guatemala City is inspiring to those who watch the short YouTube production.
A mixed-use plan for a Central Florida blueberry farm seeks to build a sense of place around agricultural production, using Seaside as an urban design model.