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If you haven’t checked out placemaking.mml.org then you’re missing out on some cutting edge thinking around building and sustaining great city spaces. The page contains some of the latest cutting edge research and has links to important case studies with … Continue reading
It is no secret that educational institutions and health care facilities play a huge role in the global economy. I travel a bunch for my job. Sometimes in planes, sometimes in trains, but mostly by car. On my journeys during … Continue reading
Good placemaking projects come in many forms. There are some constants, to be sure, like good physical design, community engagement and a willingness by those on-the-ground to rethink the norms. In Traverse City, MI it means leveraging an historic waterfront … Continue reading
It is summertime so let’s talk about the great outdoors and how communities of all shapes and sizes are using placemaking techniques to build capacity in public spaces. Below are two great case studies. One is from a smaller town. … Continue reading
The Prosperity Agenda: Complete Streets – Designing roadways to accommodate all users, not just motorists
Communities should be designed for people, not just cars. That’s the overall theme of this month’s Prosperity Agenda radio show on News/Talk 760 WJR. Experts on the show discuss the concept of “Complete Streets” and how we should design our … Continue reading