Top Stories from the Week (July 10-14, 2017)

Here's what got the most reads on our site this week:

A Composition of Fallacy

by Charles Marohn | July 11, 2017

Let's stop pretending we know the simple antidote to the painful symptoms our housing prices are expressing and instead humble ourselves to admit that we don't understand all the complexity.

The Invisible Hand That Designed Your City

by Sarah Kobos | July 12, 2017

If you don't get involved in the planning of your city, it will be planned for you. Much of it already has been.

A Town Well Planned: Street Design

by Alexander Dukes | July 13, 2017

This neighborhood has three different types of streets to meet different needs—but all of them provide ample room for the best indicator species of success: people.

Yesterday's Visions of Tomorrow

by Johnny Sanphillippo | July 10, 2017

A futuristic civic building still inspires awe, but that's muted by the changing suburban landscape around it.

The Hills are Alive ('cause the Cities Subsidize them)

by Steven Shultis | July 13, 2017

The wealth one sees in the countryside resides there, but it is not created there. These residences are not the producers of wealth but the consumers of it. 

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(Top photo source: Johnny Sanphillippo)

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