A big increase in exurban growth is a wake-up call for regional planners, urbanists, and a public trying to rein in carbon emissions.
A large new urban project on a former airport near downtown Oklahoma City, the Wheeler District is off to a strong start.
The new neighborhood by the Atlanta Beltline offers a well-designed, robust mix of housing, uses, and public spaces.
Caio Verde, in the province of Cabinda, Angola, Africa, combines "an outstanding urban plan with a stunning natural environment," according to the 2006 Charter Award.
The rules and parameters for growth need to change, but developers also have a responsibility—to not hide behind a rear view image of the market.
A coalition in Flint, Michigan, works with many hands toward rebuilding a neighborhood from the ground up.
One key aspect to Missoula's downtown master plan involves making the city center a retail destination once again.
As the retail market becomes less certain, mixed-use developers look to other ways to boost foot traffic and create a destination.
Amazon chose urbanism for HQ2, but with urbanism comes responsibility.
In Arlington, Virginia, a plan and code for Crystal City entitled the new development capacity that lured Amazon—and also calls for transformation to walkable urban.
University builds a transformative development in an area that hasn't seen much investment in recent decades.
Catalytic development takes place where strategic, integrated investments are made in a concentrated, walkable urban area.