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New Urbanism: America’s 10 Most Walkable Cities

February 8th, 2013 | by GBE FACTS

Rather than drive, think about walking more. A number of advocate groups celebrate a newfound urbanism developing throughout popular US cities. The following cities usher in a new-defined sense of urban living, enticing inhabitants to walk about more often


3 Innovative Shipping Container Homes

October 26th, 2012 | by Glenn Meyers

Studio HT writes: "This project questions the need for excessive space and challenges occupants to be efficient. Two shipping containers saddlebag a taller common space that connects local rock outcroppings to the expansive mountain ridge views. The containers house sleeping and work functions while the center space provides entry, dining, living and a loft above. The loft deck invites easy camping as the platform bed rolls between interior and exterior


Greener, Greater Buildings in NYC

January 7th, 2012 | by Glenn Meyers

New York City has received the inaugural World Green Building Council’s Government Leadership Award in “Industry Transformation” for its “Greener, Greater Buildings Plan” on building energy efficiency. The program targets the largest buildings that generate 45 percent of all citywide carbon emissions. When all is said and done, the program is expected to reduce citywide greenhouse gas emissions by 5 percent and provide substantial savings on energy expenditures


Global Recognition for High Point

January 29th, 2008 | by Kristin Dispenza

The High Point neighborhood in Seattle, Washington — a mixed-use, mixed-income community that is seven miles from the space needle



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