Building real social capital is not easy. It requires regular contact and interaction with friends and neighbors.
The life of any great city occurs on the street.
Not only is collaborative consumption reshaping how we consume, it is transforming how we interact with each other and the spaces around us.
The latest installment of what I’ve been reading online.
A proposed new measure that will account for not just whether neighborhoods have amenities, but also whether they have economic and aesthetic diversity.