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Breaking Ground

Tax Credit Advisor – April 1, 2021


The Collective Power of Small Actions

Public Square, A CNU Journal – August 25, 2020


COVID-19 Recovery Resources for Communities

Oregon Department of Land Conservation & Development – June 9, 2020


Savor Your Small Parcels, and Create More of Them

Messy City – November 28, 2018


A New Path to Code Reform

Public Square, A CNU Journal – October 1, 2018


Chicago Proposes Experiment with Pop-Up Urbanism

The Architect’s Newspaper – August 2, 2018


Four Simple Things Your Town Can Do to Encourage Small-Scale Development

Strong Towns – May 16, 2018


Lean Development Codes: Pink, Pocket, and Smart

Public Square, A CNU Journal – April 17, 2018


Calming the Waters: How to Address Both Gentrification and Concentrated Poverty

Strong Towns – February 26, 2018


Can London Meet Its Housing Target By Building Small?

Building Design – February 20, 2018


Champions of Change: The Common Sense of Lean Urbanism

Green Builder Magazine – December, 2017


City Talk: Lean Urbanism Pilot Project Examines MLK, Waters Corridors

Savannah Now – October 14, 2017


Bloated Zoning and Lean Urbanism

Connect Savannah – October 11, 2017


Great Idea: Lean Urbanism

Public Square, A CNU Journal – June 1, 2017


Lean Urbanism Recalls a Simpler Time

Sustainable City Network – May 31, 2017


How to Diversify Housing Delivery with Help from Architects

Building Design – April 4, 2017


Housing: The Moment of Maximum Opportunity

Centre for Policy Studies – February 2, 2017


A More Diverse Housebuilding Sector Is the Key to Increasing Supply

Building Design – October 6, 2016


Creating Better Places Need Not Cost a Fortune

TransportXtra – August 26, 2016


Keep the Twin Cities “Weird”

Women’s Press – July 12, 2016


Five Cities That Are Leading the Way in Urban Innovation

Wall Street Journal – April 21, 2016


Growing Small: How Smaller, Infill Urban Developments Are Making a Big Difference

Urban Land – February 12, 2016


How I Spent My Summer Vacation

Traditional Building – August 31, 2015


Attracting Infill Development in Distressed Communities: 30 Strategies

EPA – May 2015


Ideas Converging for Housing Opportunity

PlaceShakers – May 26, 2015


Small Urban Developers Movement Picks Up Steam

Better Cities & Towns – May 20, 2015


Going ‘Lean’ to Build Better Communities

Knight Blog – April 22, 2015


Government Street Site a Perfect Canvas

The Advocate – March 4, 2015


Detroit’s Lesson for Rhode Island

GoLocalProv – February 16, 2015


Options for Development

Baton Rouge Business Report – December 12, 2014


Pink Planning – Diluting the Red Tape

Centre for Policy Studies – November, 2014


Architect Suggests Lean Approach

Tri-City Herald – November 7, 2014


Why Detroit Is a Great City for Female Entrepreneurs

Fortune – October 22, 2014


High Point [North Carolina] Tackles Permitting Issues

High Point Enterprise – October 18, 2014


Clayton’s March to Marta (Scroll down to “Regulations, ADA burden public transportation”)

Atlanta Journal Constitution – August 25, 2014


Lean Urbanism Needs Lean Rail Transit

The American Conservative, Center for Public Transportation – July 30, 2014


Lean Urbanism: A Century Practice?

Placeshakers and Newsmakers – August 18, 2014


Lean Urbanism and the Bureaucratic State

Bacon’s Rebellion – June 13, 2014


Lean Urbanism is the Next Big Thing

Treehugger – June 10, 2014


Lean Urbanism: Cheaper, Faster, Smaller

Bacon’s Rebellion – June 4, 2014


Civic Innovation in Action Studio tees up ideas for better communities

Knight Blog – May 15, 2014


Investment-Ready Downtowns and Lean Urbanism

People Place Purpose – May 14, 2014


It’s Not Easy Being Lean: Thoughts On Urbanism’s Next Big Thing

People Place Purpose – April 14, 2014


Lean Urbanism: What is the “minimum viable product” for urban renewal?

O’Reilly Radar – March 14, 2014


Lean Urbanism, a continuing story for successful cities

Knight Blog – March 10, 2014


Knight Foundation grant to Miami architect, planner Andres Duany aims to cut red tape

Miami Herald – February 22, 2014


‘Lean’ Urbanism aims to slim down regulation for small-time builders and business owners

Next City – February 20, 2014


Lean Urbanism project to empower citizens to revitalize cities with $600,000 from Knight Foundation

Knight Foundation – February 19, 2014


A ‘Lean’ replacement for ‘Big Civic’

Knight Blog – February 19, 2014


San Diego Is Pioneering ‘Lean Urbanism’

Fortune – February 18, 2014


The Pink Zone: Why Detroit is the New Brooklyn

Fortune – January 30, 2014