preserving older buildings can turn out to backfire
Parking is one of those costs, and requirements to build parking increases the costs of homes.
Ways in which to address housing affordability in large cities by making smaller cities more appealing and places that people are more likely to want to move to or stay.
If we know that we want mixed use buildings that encourage walkability, why do we keep ending up with strip malls?
With much of the vacant land in Eugene at the edges of town, separated from downtown and the city center by distance and suburban style developments, these kinds of developments face many challenges.
The way in which our transportation patterns, particularly driving-alone car trips, are creating waste.
How do Eugene's streets need to change to make a more functioning downtown and close-in area?