A couple weeks ago, Chuck Marohn kicked off a series of articles on the topic of incremental growth. This Wednesday at 12pm CT he'll host an open Slack conversation to discuss these articles and any related questions.
Just log onto Slack and visit the #scheduled-slack-chat channel at the scheduled time to join Chuck and other Strong Towns staff, members and readers in a lively discussion. We'll see where the conversation takes us!
And if you're not signed up for Slack yet, take 30 seconds to do it and you'll be ready for Wednesday's chat.
Read our incremental development series:
It matters what size chunks we build our cities in. Making room for many small-scale development projects on small lots is the universal historical model for a reason, and modern cities could stand to get back to it.
Incremental approaches are often cheaper, faster, or have less risk than sudden approaches. Let’s explore different types of incrementalism.
Minneapolis just became the first major U.S. city to embrace a key Strong Towns principle: every neighborhood should be allowed to evolve to the next increment of development.
What does it take to be a small-scale developer in a struggling part of town? To put your money where your mouth is and participate in incremental neighborhood revitalization? One of our staffers knows firsthand.