Suburban Sprawl Costs a Bundle
A new report pegs the cost of sprawl at $1 trillion a year due to increased per capita land use and higher transportation costs
Serenbe: a Green Town in the Making
Developer Steve Nygren is putting New Urbanist principles into practice at the Serenbe Community outside Atlanta
What Does ‘Sustainable’ Mean?
Can the planet continue to support U.S. levels of consumption?
Yes, We Can
Responding to the ‘It’s impossible’ crowd
Developers Claim That 30% Energy Savings Are Unachievable
Edward Mazria Fires Back, Labeling the Report “Disinformation” HERNDON, VA — A report published by a real-estate development group concludes that there is no cost-effective way to build a new…
Urban Infill Sites Increasingly Favored For New Homes
Signs of a Smart-Growth Trend WASHINGTON, DC — In most U.S. metropolitan areas, an increasing percentage of new home construction is occurring in downtown neighborhoods, and a decreasing percentage in…