Here's what was most popular at Strong Towns this week:
Rachel Quednau, June 13, 2016
Combining the small-scale developer model with the co-op model, the Northeast Investment Cooperative brings neighbors together to collectively invest in local properties for as little as $1,000 per person.
Charles Marohn, June 13, 2016
What is going on in the doughnut of despair surrounding downtown Detroit is not a policy choice. It is a consequence of policy choice. There is no bringing back the illusion of wealth or, to paraphrase Tomas Sedlacek, Detroit can not get back its unsustainability.
Andrew Price, June 15, 2016
Small bets are an affordable way to incrementally improve the places we love. They provide quick feedback from the community, and save us the time and money we so often over-invest in megaprojects.
Charles Marohn, June 16, 2016
Dallas is not financially productive. There is too much area to service and maintain and not enough wealth to do it. There's too much stuff and not enough place.
Johnny Sanphillippo, June 16, 2016
My attempts to build a tiny home have been thwarted by a hostile regulatory environment at every turn. So here's what I did instead.
(Top photo courtesy of NEIC)