I recently wrote a series of posts on three important patterns of walkable neighborhoods and human scale design – neighborhood streets,..
On Wednesday, October 18, the South Central Collaborative celebrated their first anniversary. The Collaborative, which includes Gould..
Note: This is the third post in a series exploring some simple patterns of human scale neighborhood design. These patterns, which I’ve..
Kansas Citians stepped forward recently to support the city we’ve built. By choosing to raise our property taxes, we are taking on the..
I recently began a series exploring some simple patterns of human scale neighborhood design. These patterns, which I have observed in my..
Street trees have a woefully understaffed marketing department. They just can’t seem to get the message out, which is surprising since..
Cars have erased “human scale” from our traditional patterns of city building, which means we are no longer designing our cities to be..
Our associates, with assistance from the Westport Regional Business League and approval from Kansas City’s Public Works Department,..
The term “mixed-use” ought to earn top spot in the planning jargon hall of fame, for the number of times that these projects are heralded..
As Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously wrote for the 1964 Jacobellis v. Ohio obscenity case, “I know it when I see it”. When..