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‘Editor’s Notebook’ with Diana Mosher: Should Developers Pay More Attention to the Arts?
The definition and boundaries of art are ever-changing. We might not all agree on what constitutes art—good or otherwise—but most would recognize a thriving neighborhood when we see one. It’s the place that’s bustling with activity and energy, where leasing and occupancy take care of themselves, and urban infill developers
Field of Dreams (Because You’re Sleeping There)
You know what I like about baseball? Cute men in uniform, popcorn that has more than a day’s worth of calories and watching the people who clean up the field do the “YMCA” dance during the fifth inning. That’s it. But, apparently some people actually like watching the game. Whatever—who
Should Apartments Appeal to All…Or Some?
A man’s home is his castle, so they say. So a person’s apartment should be his…chateau? fortress? hollowed-out volcano lair? Whatever it is, people should feel comfortable in their apartments. After all, everyone has different wants and needs. So, maybe developers shouldn’t take a one-size-fits-all approach. I recently came across an
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