Durable Growth

Teach, then ask

Charlestown neighborhood of Boston

In my last post, I wrote about “The Trouble with City Planning” by Kristina Ford. Although I suspected that the message of the book had been muddied through the editorial and publishing steps, I appreciated much of what Ford wrote, finding it a good common-sense explanation of why city planning […]

Durable Growth

What Blood Sweat and Tears can teach us about mixed-use

Mixed-use building in the Uptown neighborhood of Dallas

(Warning: Except for the last few links, the links in this post aren’t safe for work. It’s not language or nudity. It’s that most of the links go to music and some of those songs may be too loud for workplaces. Of course, you could turn […]