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New Urbanism News 8-23-2010

Rejuvenative Cities – This makes you think even beyond sustainability – Most thought provoking writing in a long time GREAT article on social economic environmental issues with sprawl & why we have to develop differently Holistic approach to transform cities … Continue reading

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New Urbanism News for 8-17-2010

The Demand Curve for Sprawl Slopes Downward Secretary Donovan’s interview with CNBC’s “Squawk Box” Affordable Housing Dwindles; Need Grows $20 gas could mark major shifts Walkable, Dense, Smart, and Livable Streets and Cities Longer commute = higher cholesterol & obesity, … Continue reading

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How We Develop Going Forward

For those in the multifamily, urban and/or transit-oriented development arenas, I thought you might be interested in the articles listed below (click on titles to go to articles) that I’ve authored recently on the impact on the multifamily housing industry … Continue reading

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New Urbanism News 8-10-10

Almost 45% of electricity in Portugal’s grid to come from renewable sources this yr, up from 17% just 5 yrs ago The Case for Using the Power of Eminent Domain for Blighted Property Innovation for the urban environment: introducing the … Continue reading

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Less Green is More Green???

There are very few major league baseball players capable of consistently hitting home runs.  In fact, if you hit 300 and every hit is a single, you’re a hero.  Throw in a 20 mph wind out of the outfield and … Continue reading

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MyUrbanist

For another great blog on new urbanism, check out Chuck Wolfe’s myurbanist

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New Urbanism News 8-5-10

States turn to tolls to fund roads Looking forward to speaking @Natl Assoc of Local Housing Fin Agency mtg NY on transit oriented dev & affordable housing Revitalizing Downtown in Small and Mid-Sized Cities Change is inevitable, but the destruction … Continue reading

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