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Suburban Sprawl Archives — Broken Sidewalk

Suburban Sprawl

Quote of the Day: How healthy is public life in Louisville?

At 380 square miles, Louisville is a big place. In those miles, it's filled with a diverse range of people all facing different situations...

Three houses on Lyndon Lane to make way for office park...

While looking through the city's wrecking permit requests for our #DemoWatch page recently, three adjacent houses in Lyndon built in 1951 popped up (WR995210,...

Public comment period for Move Louisville ends July 5! Help stand...

After a couple of extensions, the official public comment period for the draft Move Louisville plan ends on Tuesday, July 5. Move Louisville will...

How sprawling development is threatening the Parklands of Floyds Fork

“Unabashedly urban” is an unusual portrayal of the drive out to the Beckley Creek portion of The Parklands of Floyds Fork, nearly 17 miles...

Best: Norton Commons is teaching the suburbs how to walk again

  So-called New Urbanism is a modern day planning term that refers to old-style methods of community design. In other words, New Urbanism integrates a...