This week’s collection of curated news and views for urbanists.
Urban news and views from the past week.
Why the Sahara/Ramada lot in downtown Phoenix should include a dog park.
Artibise said the event is a step in the right direction in getting people to rethink urban areas, especially in Downtown Phoenix.
PARK(ing) Day is returning to downtown Phoenix on Friday, September 17th when we’ll transform curbside parking spots into temporary public parks.
A proposed new measure that will account for not just whether neighborhoods have amenities, but also whether they have economic and aesthetic diversity.
A short video of author and New Yorker writer David Owen on “The Death and Life of Great American Cities” influenced his writing of “Green Metropolis.”
Car companies sell freedom and mobility, but in fact offer only gridlock, poor land use, health problems, and global warming.
Despite being a great place on paper, Civic Space Park has yet to live up to it’s promise as a great urban space for downtown Phoenix.