Taking it to the Land Bank…
Record set for highest sale price for New York City apartment…
The most bike-able cities…
Neighbors sue a community college for shirking local planning process (Corning)…
and the dangers of “Walking While Poor”…
This and more in this week’s Smart Growth Roundup. Read on!
Syracuse “land bank” faces tall order: 3300 tax-delinquent properties
Redevelopment the right way
NYC Unveils Locations of Bike-Share Stations
Students: Resort decision wasn’t based on common ground
Amanda Burden Wants to Remake New York. She Has 19 Months Left.
New York penthouse sells for a record $90 million
Carriage House converts old stables into luxury pads
Albany International building in Menands under contract to developer for residential conversion
Support for a sustainable Park
Albany’s salvation lies along the Hudson
Two Projects, 2000 Jobs Eyed for South Buffalo
Buffalo Green Code Gears up for June Open Houses
Clarence IDA defends tax breaks for Paula’s Donuts
It’s In The Bank (Jamestown)
Details shared on Albany demolition plan
NY agency to consider call for property transfer
Neighbors say planning process was shirked, file suit against Corning Comm. College
Cater to people, not to vehicles (Buffalo)
Rail line to make return (Adirondacks)
Four lanes for County Route 64: Project to ease traffic congestion (Corning/Elmira)
Five Land Banks approved
Artvoice discusses the voteless rider rep for the NFTA
IDAs get low grade from state comptroller
Study: How to Make Large Real Estate Projects Work
Shuster: President will sign a Transportation Bill in the fall w/Keystone.
Housing’s Future: Renting and Downsizing-Wall Street Journal
Habitat for Humanity Tries Big-Scale Approach to Housing in Oregon
Smart growth works well for businesses in world of new normal
How Detroit is rising
Transit-Oriented Development Helps Communities and the Environment
Fighting crime with architecture in Medellin, Colombia
What Does “Creative Placemaking” Look Like?
What Are the Most Bikeable Cities?
The Dangers of Walking While Poor