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Posts Tagged ‘urban land institute’

Washington Post | The real challenge for cities: What happens when Millennials have babies and the suburbs beckon?

Washington Post | The real challenge for cities: What happens when Millennials have babies and the suburbs beckon?

"Planners in D.C. and other cities have had much success luring young professionals to urban neighborhoods, so much so that a prominent question among economists and housing analysts is whether all the millennials who moved to cities will stay once [...]

The Atlantic Cities | The Limits of Density

The Atlantic Cities | The Limits of Density

"There can be no doubt that density has its advantages. In general, denser cities are more productive, more innovative, and more energy efficient. But only up to a point. The key function of a city is to enable exchange, interaction, and the [...]

NYT | City of Golden Holds Firm Against Denver Beltway

NYT | City of Golden Holds Firm Against Denver Beltway

"Breathes there a soul who really, truly, loves a beltway? Maybe, but you are not likely to find one here in this little city in the Rocky Mountain foothills west of Denver.  For decades, this has been the community that said no, arguing through [...]