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As Development Devours Greenery, 'Park Scores' Could be Key

Michael Kahn | Atlanta Curbed

With a surge of intown development in the last few years, many have praised the densification and urbanization of the Big Peach, or have at least awarded golf claps to its baby steps.  163 more words


Atlanta Called Out for Urban Sprawl

The report reveals implementing smarter urban growth policies on a global scale could reduce urban infrastructure capital requirements by more than $3 trillion over the next 15 years… 264 more words


Alternative perspectives of Manchester along a short stretch of Rochdale Canal #1

As part of a student module investigating the pricing of land for development in Manchester, I’ve been exploring canal-side development opportunities, particularly on the Ashton Canal. 39 more words


Why Should I Hire You? [Welcome to Urban Workforce News]

I can hear my former supervisor Ron Painter, former Director of the Pittsburgh Partnership saying, “Leo, What’s on your noodle?

As I reflect on a career spent in positions bearing various titles with other duties as assigned level responsibility I find that the driving force remains my desire to help others.  556 more words

Workforce Development

Wonderland Ballroom on The Market

Seth Daniel | Revere Journal

Owners of the Wonderland Ballroom have retained a broker and are marketing the property actively, with residential transit-oriented development as a focus. 151 more words


Millennials care most about affordability, convenience, food

Meghan Grau | The Daily Targum

Millennials are not likely to dole out cash to cover commuting expenses but will do their best to live affordably in an area with a large selection of nearby amenities, according to a study from the Edward J. 133 more words


Smarter Cities

Over the last few years, the concept of a technology-driven “smart city” has emerged as the most viable solution to sustainable urban development. Leaders from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors the world over are turning to the idea of Smart Cities to guide them as they face the unique challenges of today and of the future. 1,144 more words