A geographic visualization of new duplexes and triplexes since the Minneapolis 2040 Plan passed shows what can work — or not — with local regulatory policy.
St. Paul is considering zoning changes to legalize more housing in our neighborhoods. Testify in person on October 4 or email the City Council.
Little attention has been paid to a big proposed change in St. Paul’s zoning code: reducing minimum lot size requirements.
As St. Paul considers allowing more neighborhood-scale density, thoughtful and informed policy questions have replaced unproductive fear mongering.
Recent academic studies can help us better understand the consequences of routing freeways through our populated urban areas.
Overheated coastal housing markets have seen remarkable ADU booms, while the Twin Cities has had negligible ADU development.
Why do some cities have so much better transit than others? The distribution of people in those cities plays a key role, as our reporter explains in a dispatch from Milan.
Two recent reports show that St. Paul’s city planners have made their decision: They’re ready to legalize neighborhood-scale density.
In the 2023 Minnesota legislative session, Rep. Steve Elkins (DFL-Bloomington) is pitching a comprehensive and complementary set of housing policies.
In St. Paul, we have confined the majority of our housing development to heavily trafficked streets, forcing residents to bear the consequences.