This week’s curated selection of articles for urbanists
A proposed new measure that will account for not just whether neighborhoods have amenities, but also whether they have economic and aesthetic diversity.
The concept of adaptive reuse grows directly from genius loci.
That fact is that much of Phoenix’s visible history has been destroyed, whether through neglect or conscious decisions by politicians and developers alike.
605 East Grant Street has a long and storied history, with connection to some key figures in the Phoenix’s history.
Gold Spot in downtown Phoenix incorporates many urbanist principles, such as adaptive reuse, street presence, mixed use and density.
On Saturday, September 26, a handful of adaptive reuse projects will be highlighted during the Grand Avenue Festival.