Author Archives: John Sanphillippo
Adventures in walkability in Memphis.
Car-dependent development muddles along. But some places could collapse.
This preserved village is an expression of incremental urbanism built exclusively for human interaction and divine inspiration.
New developments in old suburbia resemble an odd platypus hybrid.
Small-scale real-estate entrepreneurs face unresponsive bureaucracies and inspectors hungry for violations.
Mobile, in-home businesses are the latest adaptations in a post-sprawl reality.
A tour of neighborhoods outside downtown reveals pockets of viable urbanism.
A new generation of invested neighbors are being drawn from the suburbs to affordable urbanized areas.
The ordinary folks of Bellevue, Ky. inherited a downtown every bit Brooklyn’s equal.
from The American Conservative