Prices for real estate in many cities have recently stalled, The New York Times reports, yet the development boom continues.
Placemaking is not a design endeavor. Or a business proposition. Or a public health pursuit. Or an equity concern. Or an avenue for culture and the arts. It’s all of these things.
Urban living with kids, part four: What we can do to help meet the demand for family-friendly, mixed-use, walkable neighborhoods with great schools.
America's most automobile-oriented cities are changing their growth patterns, making room for new urban planning and development.
Urban living with kids, part two: Creative living arrangements offer urban lifestyle options for families with children.
Urban living with kids, part one: Attainable urban housing for millennial families with children is poised to become one of the largest market demands in the near future.
A "new analytic framework" by the Urban Land Institute ignores walkability and sets back our understanding of cities and suburbs.
Strong demand for historic downtowns and neighborhoods brings a surge of population at a level not seen in 70 years.
Big box retailer evolves; chases customers to walkable urban locations.
A recent study by Redfin, the owner of Walk Score, shows that true walkability has tremendous economic value—but Walk Score itself has problems.