Once a railway coal siding and more recently a full city block of asphalt surface parking, North Philadelphia’s Paseo Verde now provides affordable, high quality, sustainable housing for a range of income levels. The former 1.9 acre...
A new book offers an in-depth report on how public officials, citizens, and developers are working together to create walkable and inclusive communities.
The market is much more receptive to the benefits of mixed-use today, but it is still easier to talk about main street retail than to effectively build it.
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Creating holistic neighborhoods from scratch was one of the first and still effective strategies of the New Urbanism.
Rose's latest book "is an urgent call to re-evaluate the theory and practice of city-making"
Increasingly in demand today, missing middle housing forms the backbone of the quintessential American neighborhood.
Sundance Square in Fort Worth, Texas, is a pioneering example of New Urbanism in a sprawling, Sunbelt city.
The Mercado District takes its urban design and architecture cues from Tucson's historic adobe neighborhoods.
Here's how Orlando replaced a hole in the city with connective tissue.
The charrette process can empower citizens to agree on the location of multiple walkable centers in suburban areas.
In small to mid-sized cities, the impact of New Urbanism can be dramatic.