Economic Development Equity Land Use

A Park Built By Everyone, For Everyone

A park for everyone, built by everyone. That’s the guiding principle of the Dix Park design, and what planners have worked hard to stick true to. With over 65,000 residents providing input over the last year and a half through public meetings and online platforms like Neighborland, the Dix process has sought to be inclusive […]

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Economic Development Equity Housing Land Use

Zoning 101: Mixed Use Districts

Howdy y’all, welcome back! Last time we took a deep dive into residential zoning districts. This week we’re back for more on mixed-use districts. Read up and feel all the wiser! Mixed-Use Districts: As the name implies, Mixed-Use districts provide a greater flexibility in the types of uses that are permitted.  In addition to a […]

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Economic Development Housing Land Use

Accessory Dwelling Units | Our Take On Why They’re Needed

Ask a sampling of ADU proponents why they support them, and you’ll get a range of answers. Quite a few will say that a North American-wide housing crisis demands we build as many units as we can. Others will say that we must add density to our communities and cities as part of a comprehensive […]

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