Greensboro planners, community members and Kirkdale neighborhood residents came together to talk about the redevelopment of the Lawndale corridor.
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DesignLink and the City of Winston-Salem conducted an assessment of the area around the Polo Road and Cherry Street intersection.
Studies show that millennials want to move to cities with good transit options
The housing plan covers a wide array of topics from Market Conditions and Current Trends to Cost of Housing and Transportation and Fair Housing
Green infrastructure is found in every community of the Piedmont Triad, but the ways in which it is serves the larger region can be very different. The redevelopment of the Triad’s urban cores and the concern regarding its loss of farmland and open spaces offers the region an opportunity to invest in all types of green infrastructure to sustain and improve the quality of life for all Triad residents. Read the full report for more details.
The US Southeast appears to be fundamentally changing due to climate change in the forms of coastal flooding, more violent thunderstorms; higher temperatures, increased drought risk; and greater winter precipitation. Compared to other regions of the nation and the world, the impacts of climate change on the Triad may less dramatically alter lifestyles and the environment from today’s “normal,” but there will be fundamental changes to the region.
Learn about the Piedmont Together planning process in "Building a Vision," presented November 2013 at the 2nd Annual Livable Communities Summit.
To understand how different development patterns will affect our future, Piedmont Together used CommunityViz software to show where new homes and jobs might go based on existing trends and then under several alternative growth scenarios. This allows us to compare alternatives to our current way of growing. Each scenario uses the same 2040 allocation of jobs and houses per county. Their distribution changes based on the goals and policies assumed in each alternative.
Learn more about equitable development and why it's a critical component for our future.
Charles Marohn of StrongTowns.org discusses building financial value.