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Lincoln Institute in the News

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  As time goes by, planning decisions are becoming more and more complex and controversial due to competing economic interests, different cu...

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The TBD conclusions

Pagosa Daily Post
    The Gallagher Amendment was approved by the voters in 1982 and  divides the state’s total property tax burden betwe...

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An announcement this week that the Chinese government is “actively studying” an expansion of real estate taxes to more cities in China was...

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The next workplace revolution

The Atlantic Cities
  Telecommuting was supposed to change everything. Powerful computers, video-conferencing and services like Skype would allow employees to work f...

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Developers of planning software are increasingly turning to a collaborative “ecosystem” to enhance the capabilities, and foster the use, o...

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Although the importance of physical planning has gained recognition over the last 20 years, planning education has lagged, becoming less relevant to t...

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A profile of ABX Boston panelist Anthony Flint   Job title and company: Fellow and director of public affairs, Lincoln Institute of Land Po...

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No Goldilocks

Peter Gordon's Blog
     Students and others looking for a place to start often ask, "If I could read just one book about xxxx, which would you suggest?"&n...

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     Johns Hopkins Hospital anchors an expanding network of medical facilities on Baltimore’s east side. To the north, the J...

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     Atlas of Urban Expansion, by Shlomo Angel et al. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2012. 397p bibl ISBN 9781558442436 pbk, $40.00...

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     An Auburn Montgomery professor is about to help the nation get an education on the Montgomery-area real estate market with the hel...

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     Emerging architects and designers from around the world see big possibilities for civic renewal on the vacant lower level of the D...

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The gunners, the "guardians of the gate" as they were known, must have felt like they were in a dream. Manning batteries along the rumpled Marin Headl...

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I am on a slow moving Acela that is creeping from NYC to Boston.  This is the last leg of my journey and I will return to LA on Tuesday night. &n...

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How SB 375 Is going down in Dublin

California Planning & Development Report
DUBLIN, Ireland -- Mike McKeever and I traveled 5,000 miles east from California this week to debate SB 375 in front of a Trans-Atlantic audience of p...

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Professor Shlomo Angel's new book, Planet of Cities, seems likely to command a place on the authoritative bookshelf of urbanization between Tertius Ch...

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    As noted in a recent editorial, Portland is considering the implementation of a Boston-like PILOT (Payments In Lieu of Taxes) program (O...

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The economic downturned has turned Florida from a state ambivalent about giving companies money to move here into one that is marketing itself with a ...

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     Real estate investor Michael Lightman hopes to cash in on a lush woods located in the midst of top-dollar real estate development ...

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     MARSEILLES – We may not think of architects as cultural heroes or game-changing innovators these days, in the way that Steve...

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