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The death of the suburban corporate campus
The allure of suburbia as the home of corporate headquarters is over. Like Weyerhaeuser, companies...
Oct 21 2014 1:13pm
The walkable urban trend in the Seattle region
The shift to compact, walkable settings identified in the US is evident in urban and suburban...
Sep 25 2012 8:32am
On Target: A dramatic turnaround in the Emerald City
With the opening of City Target on Second Avenue in Seattle, we have a clear sign of how retailers...
Aug 6 2012 12:39pm
Urban walkability: the new driver in real estate values
Property values in Redmond, Washington, and Seattle's Capitol Hill used to be equal. The desire...
May 30 2012 9:54am
America's foolish detour into shopping malls
Six decades ago this spring a manifesto was published that established a blueprint for car-...
Apr 27 2012 8:43am
Frank J. Gruber
Nethaniel M. Hood
The coming housing calamity
More low-down on tall buildings
A tire in the park
Livability means being poor and eating only one kind of lettuce
The Original Green
Sprawl's share of new US housing starts has declined dramatically, says EPA
It's time to adjust to the metropolitan reality
Strong central cities may help in weathering the recession
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Village Green: To Keep Smart City Housing Affordable, Build More of It
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Village Green: Major Industry Report Says Sprawl "Lacks Staying Power"
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