Rochester’s Inner Loop East project is being carefully watched by, well… the whole country.
The best urban revivals pay respect to authentic local culture AND draw a curious crowd from afar.
A recent New York Times article suggests that the urban revival movement may be over.
Rochester’s College Town is an example of why “Money Islands” simply don’t work.
Rochester’s Parcel 5 debate sets the tone for the city’s future priorities
Why are there always more bike riders at downtown festivals? Because driving and parking is such a hassle.
The dollars and cents of one month without driving
Wealth in the US simply means you have the ability to distance yourself from any unwanted variables
Quelling the myth that our downtowns need to be an attraction for suburbanites
While cyclists are outrage at Oregon’s new $15 bike tax, here are some positives
Designing cities to prevent the traditional urban problems without placing blame
In two and a half years of The Urban Phoenix, I’ve traveled across New York State more times than I
A little slice of awesome
A commentary the sacrifices we make for a car-dominated infrastructure, and the reason we defend it with everything we have.
It’s no coincidence that the generational rise of students on college campuses correlates with an increased interest in urban living