It’s time for March’s Vancouver Urbanists Meetup. This month, we’ll be meeting on March 9th from 3-6:00pm at Malone’s Urban Drinkery in downtown Vancouver (608 West Pender Street). Come out to enjoy a drink with your fellow urbanists and urbanites. As always, feel free to drop in when you can …
Unlike most other cities of it’s size (and indeed most cities), Vancouver lacks a large public square for public gatherings.
This week, the City of Vancouver is hosting three open houses to seek public input on the proposed redevelopment of the Plaza of Nations.
A decision Vancouver made in the 1960s, or rather chose NOT to make, has created the city we know and love.
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.
In commemoration of my 4th anniversary in the city, as well as St. Valentine, here is my second annual “I ❤ Phoenix” list.
Urban news and views from the past week.
Schelling points are ‘nodes of unconscious coordination” that people in cities around the word have historically used to make sense of urban place.