Renters these days desire plenty of features in their community, leaving the industry to focus on providing mixed use atmospheres for all future renters.
Federal changes to support mid-rise, mixed-use developments would deliver both environmental and public benefits.
In the fourth webinar of our Vision 2020 series, John Norquist, CEO of the Congress for the New Urbanism examines the past, present, and future of sustainable communities.
By 2020, we will see the return of mixed-use, walkable neighborhoods and developments. But we have a lot of red tape to clear first.
A mixed-use development designed by Milwaukee’s Continuum Architects + Planners turns a blighted block into a community showpiece.
Lake|Flato Architects integrates private development and public spaces to create a vibrant urban destination.
Tetris Block, a special recognition winner for the Architecture at Zero competition, takes a pragmatic approach to designing a mixed-use building that produces at least as much energy as it uses.
John Norquist, CEO of the Congress for the New Urbanism, explores what happened to Main Street, USA and why should it come back.
A past COTE Top Ten Green Project outperforms expectations and earns more recognition.
With a high-performance renovation and addition, a historic YMCA building reclaims its place in a South Los Angeles community.
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