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.
A older American Dream, that of town, neighborhood, and city living, was submerged by the suburban American Dream—which controlled the regulations, finance, and investment after World War II.
Extraordinary strides have been made in the advancement of placemaking over the past twenty-five years.
Influential words from the most influential writer on urban planning in modern times
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