With the help of a form-based code (FBC), Redwood City, California, has become the new Silicon Valley hot spot.
New report: More than $100 trillion in public and private spending could be saved between now and 2050 if the world were to expand public transportation, walking and bicycling.
Do you want your community to thrive in the future? If so, placemaking is a key to making that happen.
Since the mid-1980s, the city has seen a slow, but steady, resurgence. The renovation of old buildings and wise infrastructure decisions have helped the 200-year-old downtown.
As recently as 2009, there were 48 large (five stories or taller) empty buildings downtown. (Wow.) But, today, the number is down to 13.
Reported to be the world’s richest artist, Damien Hirst is building an extension to the thousand-year-old town of Ilfracombe, Devon, England.
A 12-block waterfront redevelopment broke ground in Washington DC that extensively uses the concept of "share-space" streets for the purpose of placemaking.
Here are changes needed to make a small apartment complex in Chico truly walkable.
The Wheeler District seems like a perfect opportunity for a new in-town neighborhood.
Columbia Pike in Arlington, Virginia, one of the more successful commercial strip redevelopment areas spurred by a form-based code, will get a streetcar.
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