A book by By F. Kaid Benfield, Island Press, 2014, 304 pp., $25 paperback or e-book
Inspiring stories of visionary leaders are splendid, but it is more reliable to build "champions" from the bottom up.
Surely we haven’t reached the point where making inner-city neighborhoods more attractive to more residents is a bad thing. And does anyone really have a right in the US to keep newcomers out?
Be careful about lazy research.
Berlin, Maryland, was named the "coolest small town" in America by Budget Traveler Magazine. It's charm has been due to planning decisions in addition to historic main street.
Coming together under a big tent for synergistic growth that contributes to strong communities. This is the concluding essay in a 3-part series.
Crossing Campo Street from downtown Las Cruces into the Mesquite Historic District is like crossing between two urban worlds that are often misunderstood.
To forge a coalition for urban places, let’s start by trumpeting an important fact: The value of cities and towns transcends simple arithmetic. Part 1 in a 3-part series.
As urbanists, we know that our innate desire to feel connected is nothing trivial.
An article discusses a topic that is seldom mentioned, how the lives of existing residents are improved by "gentrification."
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