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What density-phobia gets wrong
Three myths underly Inga Saffron's recent article objecting to higher-density housing in urban...
Mar 21 2015 11:58am
Mr. Kotkin talks about what "people really want"
An off-target Washington Post column complains that urban planners cater to only "...
Aug 26 2014 9:28am
Mission accomplished? Not yet
I agree that many consumers demand more walkable development, both in cities and in suburbs. But...
Aug 6 2014 9:41am
Controlling for poverty, urban places are thinner
Some commentators have trotted out the old argument that plenty of city-dwellers, especially in...
Jan 16 2014 11:43am
Kotkin misfires on density
In Forbes online, Joel Kotkin came out with a ringing attack on those who dare to challenge sprawl...
Aug 13 2013 8:09am
The Times' sloppy attack on gentrification
In a recent article entitled "Gentrifying Into the Shelters", the New York Times blamed...
Jul 9 2013 1:30pm
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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
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