Note: This is the third post in a series exploring some simple patterns of human scale neighborhood design. These patterns, which I’ve..
I recently gathered with a table of experts at the Kansas City Business Journal to discuss the emerging gaps and convergence between..
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..
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..
A “What If” article from the “Plan to Build Value” series
Unfortunately, too many Kansas Citians know what is meant by “East of Troost”...
The origin of cities has always been to bring people together. When we create places that encourage human interaction a city can thrive,..
The first Case Study of the “Plan to Build Value” series.
Lately, there has been much public debate about development incentives. People..
A note from the KC Planning Studio of Gould Evans:
The last 50 years of car-based planning and development have driven our cities down..