To renew our cities, we have to build on what they are, not what they aren’t.
There were a lot of great articles and post on urbanism this week. Here is a cross section of the best.
Here’s the first edition of my urban news and views in 2011.
We need to start creating neighborhoods that build authentic places that are intimately related, interconnected and interdependent.
Just as a farmer must tend each plant, those involved in cultivating urban terroir must tend to the needs of each resident.
A proposed new measure that will account for not just whether neighborhoods have amenities, but also whether they have economic and aesthetic diversity.