How do you choose a neighborhood to move to? Ian and Tim took very different approaches; did they both end up in places they like?
St. Paul is considering zoning changes to legalize more housing in our neighborhoods. Testify in person on October 4 or email the City Council.
As St. Paul considers allowing more neighborhood-scale density, thoughtful and informed policy questions have replaced unproductive fear mongering.
Where should the 3rd Precinct station go? How can you advocate for equitable housing or pedestrian dignity? Get engaged and learn more.
Housing construction on commercial strips, resistance to Paris’ new low-emission zone, the ill effects of our parking addiction and more in this week’s National Links.
Overheated coastal housing markets have seen remarkable ADU booms, while the Twin Cities has had negligible ADU development.
Learn about the growth of microtransit in the Twin Cities, racial equity in outdoor space access, and more in this week’s Walk the Talk.
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.
One neighbor of a proposed apartment development says that it would block their access to sunlight for solar energy, but getting more people to live in our cities is the more important climate goal.