Great places are built in small increments, and urbanists are restoring America's know-how and capacity for small-scale development by many individuals in their own communities. Do you want to be a small developer?
Creating holistic neighborhoods from scratch was one of the first and still effective strategies of the New Urbanism.
Increasingly in demand today, missing middle housing forms the backbone of the quintessential American neighborhood.
"The prime ingredient of urbanism is really public space and the public realm. So the urban plan comes first and the building second."
The cute Katrina Cottage has proven the versatility and usefulness of cottages that are designed to fit into complete neighborhoods.
Pedestrian sheds are a foundational idea of designing cohesive communities, but the challenge is the gap between what planners know and developers are building.
The trend toward complete communities shapes the debate on sustainability and environmentalism, and vice-versa.
The Nolli Map is the most underutilized tool in the designer/developer tool box. It provides an intimate understanding of place.
A pithy summary of why our infrastructure spending goes wrong—and how to fix it.
Cities that blend old and new are helping to define urbanism in the 21st Century.
Urbanism will play a key role in a choice between an “age of human capital” and an age of depletion and division.
New Urbanism has an opportunity to influence where self-driving vehicles take us—which could be social hubs in a polycentric city.