Global Site Plan’s coverage last week of the Congress of New Urbanism’s 2013 Conference in Salt Lake City included a call for ‘job-oriented’ urbanism and bringing light industrial uses, such as 3D printing labs and food distribution back to the urban core. CNU put together a session that discussed the viability of light industrial in a walkable, urban context.
Andres Duany once put it like this: “200 bars isn’t urbanism.” Should we be focusing less on urban entertainment and lifestyle districts and more on mid to high wage ‘job-oriented urbanism’?
Leaving for Cuba at Miami International Airport (MIA)
The guy who posted it actually took a picture of a model, made a fake profile with a fake name (because he could get sued for slander if he used the models real name) and is now accumulating thousands of followers because he’s being idolized as a “hero” for turning down a whore who doesn’t even…
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2. Do not have faith in institutions to…