Commercial real estate continues to be, well, weird. A solid source for parking mandate updates and the flipside of e-commerce in communities.
Ecommerce continues to impact the future of our urban fabric, bike parking problem, and more on supply and demand for affordable housing
The pandemic bike boom is real. Ithaca, NY is the first US town to operationalize a decarbonization plan and Phoenix is considering housing.
Electric cars are still cars, they need to be stored but how do we charge them? Where are the car-free neighborhoods in the US? And a dormitory.
An attempt to regulate the supply/demand issue in housing, an economic approach to alternative transportation, and Paris Mayor Hidalgo’s Act 2.
A big development in Chicago starts looking for zoning, mixed-use zoning is so last decade, and the push for outdoor seating to be permanent.
This week’s episode covers mass timber, strategies for including playability in public space, and how you might build more markets in your city.
Why people don’t need backyards when they live in a great city, how to turn your “public space” into “play space”, and cable car commutes.
We’ve heard of missing middle housing, how about mixing middle? An award for a controversial project. Plus a musicians perspective on urbanism.