Healthy places need two physical characteristics: The architecture of community and the infrastructure of community. Here's why the infrastructure is so important.
When we look back on this period, we might discover that the effort to ramp up realistic approaches to the challenges of community affordability reached some sort of tipping point in the spring and summer of 2015.
A group is empowering small-scale builders and developers working to create walkable urban places.
John Anderson offers tips on how to get the most of a single-stair walk-up building while complying to building and accessibility codes.
Since my first article on Missing Middle Housing was published in 2012 in what was then New Urban News, the concept has rapidly gained interest from the private and public sectors across the country.
A small infill builder tests a new housing type in a neighborhood next to a university, generating a win for housing diversity.
Land use regulations and trillions of dollars in existing public infrastructure make alternatives to sprawl extremely difficult outside of a historic city or town.
Reported to be the world’s richest artist, Damien Hirst is building an extension to the thousand-year-old town of Ilfracombe, Devon, England.
Here are 10 reasons why a new, small, apartment complex in Chico, California, creates a "place" in the suburbs.
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