Five of my most popular posts on Phoenix.
To renew our cities, we have to build on what they are, not what they aren’t.
A year ago, I shared my initial observations on CityScape Phoenix. At the time I wasn’t impressed. A year later, it impresses me even less.
Instead of enhancing places for residents who already embrace urbanism, quasi-urban developments are aimed at luring suburbanites simply to spend money.
We need to start creating neighborhoods that build authentic places that are intimately related, interconnected and interdependent.
I was invited to take part in ASU’s Barrett’s Urban Experience, a 4-day intensive introduction to downtown Phoenix for Barrett Honors College freshmen
Rising from the empty lots south of Roosevelt Row, Bioscience High School is an exciting addition to downtown Phoenix.
The After Hours building is the only example of a small-scale, multi-use infill development around Downtown Phoenix.