The multifamily industry is building more in walkable locations, but developers still need instruction on the manners of placemaking. Here are some hints.
A book by By F. Kaid Benfield, Island Press, 2014, 304 pp., $25 paperback or e-book
This video from urbanists Dover, Kohl & Partners offers instructions on the transformation of an inner suburb that was languishing.
Crossing Campo Street from downtown Las Cruces into the Mesquite Historic District is like crossing between two urban worlds that are often misunderstood.
Since it’s launch in 1993, Prince Charles’s Poundbury development in Dorcester, England, has set the standard as a high-quality, successful new town designed according to New Urbanism.
To what degree should we blame architects for bad placemaking?
In the last seven decades, we've gotten used to the tidiness of master-planned development. In comparison, lot-by-lot development can look messy.
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