Features

Public Square | Tactical urbanism, economic potential, refugee cities, Choice Neighborhoods, highway teardown, affordable housing, and transit.
Public Square | Immigration, retail churn, Robert A.M. Stern, infrastructure improvements, demolition, walkable downtowns, and impact fees.
The Mercado District takes its urban design and architecture cues from Tucson's historic adobe neighborhoods.
Public Square | Healthy places, social investments, American megaregions, Democratic resistance, agri-landscaping, infill, and density.
Public Square | Livable cities, a new EPA head, the term 'urban renewal', density, DART, Oakland, walkability, and the future in Mexico City.
New Urbanism has an opportunity to influence where self-driving vehicles take us—which could be social hubs in a polycentric city.
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.
Public Square | The new gentrification, the new HUD secretary, the new rise of the suburbs, the new Sunbelt metropolis, and Brainerd.
Building a Better Burb can sometimes fall victim to raw politics unless public officials see grassroots support.
Public Square | Climate change, housing and urban development, playful cities, affordable housing, walkability, traffic, traffic, and traffic.
Public Square | Climate action, red state homes, suburban growth, Ben Carson, parking, waterfronts, mobility, and sustainable urban design.
Strong demand for historic downtowns and neighborhoods brings a surge of population at a level not seen in 70 years.