Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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Book Review: Made for Walking: Density and Neighborhood Form

Project for Public Spaces' Placemaking Blog
Arguments about density are often front and center when walkability is being discussed. We know that density is an important factor in encouraging mor...

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In 2003, Geraldine and Tony Luppino built a home on a thumb of land that juts into St. Helena Sound. Fearing hurricanes, they made sure their new hous...

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Jobs and economic development, recovering from the housing bust, and planning resilient infrastructure are among the issues on the agenda for the Linc...

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Residential property taxes a concern By Dan McGowan, WPRI.com Reporter PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) - Several members of the Providence City Council ...

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By Anthony Flint It may all seem like ancient history now — how many young people even know there was such a thing as the elevated Central Arte...

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The Barney School of Business and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, based in Cambridge, Mass., will co-sponsor a panel discuss...

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Better! Cities & Towns The New York Times ran a trend article on the changing preference of retirees — away from distant Sunbelt retir...

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Congress is debating the fate of two programs that have sent billions of federal dollars to forested parts of rural America since the 1970s and helped...

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With the economy sluggish and cities starved for revenue, Los Angeles producer Charles Ashira figured the world was ready for a big-screen biopic of h...

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I enjoyed the big WSJ piece on the land value tax, even though they got some of their facts wrong. It really captures the frustration o...

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By Donald Luzzatto The Virginian-Pilot © March 17, 2013 The guy was tall. That was the first thing I noticed. From the back of a room filled...

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After ruinous fires that laid waste to wide swaths of the urban landscape, cities more than a century ago were eager for technology to come to the res...

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Dr. Spencer Banzhaf will conduct a research seminar on "The Political Economy of Environmental Justice". View an overview of Dr. Banzhaf's paper. Vi...

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By Robert Pirani, Vice President for Environmental and Energy Programs, RPA Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath have underscored the vulnerability of t...

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By KEITH SCHNEIDER Published: March 12, 2013  LOUISVILLE, Ky -- INFLUENCED by long-term trends in housing design, communications technology, me...

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On March 1, the automatic budget cuts – or the sequester – kicked in. Days before that, there were many discussions on how this would affe...

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Planet of Cities is for a specialized audience, but it has one very big point that I didn’t realize: New empirical evidence on the average po...

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Friday, February 15, 2013 Housing the Coming Billions in Cities: Anthony Flint at TEDxBeaconStreet Already half the world's population...

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arch 06, 2013|By PHILIP LANGDON | PLACE, The Hartford Courant In recent years, a number of large cities — Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and ...

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Fayetteville grows up

The Arkansas Traveler
New rental properties being constructed in Fayetteville might not affect homeowners as originally thought, according to a study. Fayetteville has bee...

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