Neoclassical stadiums have revitalized baseball, but don't automatically create vibrant neighborhoods.
A 21-year-old developer is rescuing his hometown---one building at a time.
The misleading "land-use trilemma" suggests that affordable housing always requires expanding the suburbs.
Privacy fences make neighborhoods boring and subject to blight.
When revitalized downtowns become dominated by chain stores, independent businesses struggle to compete.
Creating whole cities from scratch is neither environmentally nor socially sustainable.
Economic obstacles and insular attitudes keep many neighborhoods from welcoming newcomers.
The movement is not a secret scheme for socialism.