Yvette is interning with us this fall and will be writing regularly on planning issues. We ask our regular readers to reward her with their… Read More »Suburban Sprawl to Smart Growth – Shifting the American Dream
Yvette, as many of you know by know, is interning with us. This is her second post (catch up with the first). Read it and… Read More »Land Ethics- An Idea of the Past or a Solution for the Future?
That’s right, I’m headed down to New Orleans bright and (too) early tomorrow morning to cover Rebuilding Together’s big event in the Big Easy. Fifty… Read More »Fifty For Five Brings Nic to New Orleans
We have talked before about how the home (particularly a large, suburban one) can become a tool of isolation, but since I can’t get enough… Read More »How Social Development is Effected by Housing and Transportation Trends
I just came across this article by Daniel Akst in the Metropolis magazine via the LamiDesign Modern House Plan Blog. It is very relevant to… Read More »Why great residential architecture doesn’t pay
Lee Striar has graciously agreed to be a guest blogger for us from now until whenever he tires of the effort. We hope you enjoy… Read More »The Entrepreneurial Planner: A Series on Effective, Sustainable City Planning
Sometimes I just want to ask a question like the one in the title and resist the temptation to immediately bury the query with my… Read More »Where Oh Where Has the Starter Home Gone?
Yvette, as most of you know, is interning with us. This is post is part of her ongoing contribution to our blog conversation. Read it… Read More »Transit Oriented Development- Laying Down The Tracks of the Future