by Naomi Riley | May 15, 2017 |
Ed McMahon is one of our keynote speakers for the 2018 conference.
Great read below!
Low-rise buildings--like those already found on Main Streets across the country--afford a "24/7 intensity of use" that is "better for fostering local entrepreneurship and the creative economy than monolithic office blocks and apartment towers."
Read the whole article for more great points on density, affordability, and sustainability by Ed McMahon, Urban Land Institute Senior Fellow and National Main Street Center Board Chair.
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