Does development in a struggling part of town mean displacing the people who already live there? Derek Avery doesn’t think so—and he’s walking his talk as an incremental developer who works hard to lift up the communities he works in. And here, he answers your questions.
Street trees can be a huge maintenance headache, but are they worth it anyway for a fiscally prudent city? What do we think of land banks? Why isn’t “efficiency” always a good thing for cities? What the heck does “vibrant” mean? And more of your questions answered in the video and audio from April 2019’s Ask Strong Towns webcast!
Our next Ask Strong Towns: Celebrity Edition webcast features special guest Derek Avery, a pioneering small-scale developer and champion of revitalization without gentrification. Sign up to ask him your questions in this members-only live Q&A on May 10th!
Our next Ask Strong Towns: Celebrity Edition webcast features special guest Alan Mallach, author of The Divided City. Sign up to ask him your questions in this members-only live Q&A on March 21st!
Today we're bringing you the video—and audio, if that’s more your jam—from the latest edition of our live, bimonthly ask-us-anything webcast, Ask Strong Towns.
On November 16th, you can ask us anything. And we mean anything.
Today we've got the video and audio from a recent Ask Strong Towns webcast conversation featuring President and founder Chuck Marohn and Communications Director Kea Wilson.
In this episode, Chuck and Kea discuss several audience-submitted questions on topics ranging from from parking minimums to density to how young people can help build Strong Towns.
In this episode, Chuck and Kea discuss several audience-submitted questions on topics ranging from TIF and bonds to historic preservation to how to campaign on a Strong Towns platform.
Today we've got the video and audio from a recent Ask Strong Towns webcast conversation featuring friend of Strong Towns and Principal at Urban3, Joe Minicozzi
Listen to our first episode of Ask Strong Towns to hear Chuck Marohn's answers to member-submitted questions about everything from AirBnB to public engagement processes.