Opportunity Zones, a massive new nationwide community development program, will benefit from the work of urban planning thought leaders.
Two journalists travel America in a Cirrus plane, reporting on public-private partnerships, "walkable manufacturing," and what makes second-tier cities succeed.
Sometime this century—perhaps in the next decade—America will be physically repurposed in a new urban form that is different from sprawl or 19th Century gridded towns. Is CNU ready to lead when that happens?
Andres Duany offers more than 20 reasons why urban design coding is necessary—and he hopes that someday it will no longer be needed.
A pithy summary of why our infrastructure spending goes wrong—and how to fix it.
Ebenezer Howard’s Garden Cities were carefully planned with strict design codes and infrastructure funded by the uplift in land values. The same principles should be applied to the new garden villages and towns across Britain..
To bring citizens together is the very purpose of a city. Nashville’s sidewalk deficit emerged for many reasons, but it boils down to this: Planning and development during the Age of Sprawl was designed to keep people apart.
The Great Lakes city needs clear direction in building and revitalization, and the new Unified Development Ordinance can provide it.
After all the twists and turns and unexpected events of 2016, I’m ending this year the exact same way I started it: full of hope and gratitude.
The Form-Based Coding process ensures that the discussion about where and what type of housing to allow happens at a community level, rather than on a project-by-project basis.
Our principles—and our Charter—are timeless, and the work of our members is as relevant and populist as it has ever been.
Urbanists face considerable uncertainty and concerns in a Trump presidency, but there may be silver linings.