Urban Development / Real Estate

The Half-Mile Circles blog is a place for the Center for TOD to share information on recent research, best practices and initiatives.

From downtown lofts to suburban office parks, Property Scope focuses on topics including real estate, development, architecture and historic preservation in Knoxville and East Tennessee.

The USC Lusk Center for Real Estate seeks to advance real estate knowledge, inform business practice, and address timely issues that affect the real estate industry, the urban economy, and public poli

This site will host:

* A clearinghouse of ideas for ways to re-utlilize vacant property
* An open conversation about the effects of these policies and interventions

Denver's premier urban planning and development website for news, ideas, and commentary about Downtown Denver and its urban infill developments.

Heard at the Urban Land Institute

California Planning & Development Report [CP&DR] is a periodical for planners, land-use lawyers, developers, environmentalists, citizen activists, and others interested and involved in the process of

A blog about urban places, placemaking, and the concept of "place."

Dedicated to the sunset of government planning

N. David Milder, founder and president of DANTH, Inc. is a nationally recognized authority on downtown revitalization and a leading proponent of developing market niches.

Walking. Bicycling. Alternatives to Driving Everywhere. Social justice. Alternatives to suburban boredom and waste. And the infrastructure and technology needed to get there.

Thoughts on Urban Planning and Design by Pratik Mhatre, a doctoral student in the Urban and Regional Science program at Texas A&M University, College Station.

An open dialogue on serious strategies for making Houston a better city, as well as a coalition-builder to make them happen. All comments, email, and support welcome.

Essays on urban studies by Prof. Randall Crane, UCLA.

A blog exploring the intersection of economic thinking and urban planning/real estate development and related big-think themes.

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