1. Poverty, economic mobilty are greater threats than gentrification in many Atlanta neighborhoods

    atlurbanist:

    In an excellent post on Citylab, titled “The Overwhelming Persistence of Neighborhood Poverty: For all the debate, gentrification is far from the norm,” author Richard Florida looks at the need for us to not get bogged down in the (nonetheless legitimate) concerns of gentrification to the point…

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  2. urbnist:

thenewurbanist:

My idea of a good street using Streetmix

Damnit this app is beautiful.

What a great tool!

    urbnist:

    thenewurbanist:

    My idea of a good street using Streetmix

    Damnit this app is beautiful.

    What a great tool!

    Reblogged from: urbnist
  3. If you have zoning codes that force developers to provide housing that comes with parking spaces, what you are implicitly saying is that it is illegal to build housing explicitly for people who are too poor to own cars.
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