"There's been this huge wave of people in cities all over the country. Then they grow up. Then what?," said Yolanda Cole, who owns a D.C. architectural firm and chairs ULI Washington, part of the Urban
Throughout the years, various scribes on these pages have pointed to Atlanta’s regular weekend traffic jams as evidence that something is really—and perhaps irrevocably—wrong ‘round here. But Sunday afternoon
This week, Mexico City took a big step towards making housing more affordable and transit more efficient. Did it pass a new budget that funded new apartments, or propose a new expansion of the public system?
If there was any doubt that Atlanta is a city built for cars, all one needs to do is count the parking spaces. It turns out, there are nine parking spaces in the city for every car. With all that land
The redevelopment of a former Memorial Drive auto repair shop that hopes to set precedent as “Atlanta’s first park-oriented development” is taking an important step forward next week. The Harp Transmission
Mark Toro, the managing partner and chairman of prominent Atlanta developer North American Properties, has joined the growing chorus of business and civic leaders calling for MARTA expansion. In an editorial