Smart Growth Articles
Placemaking resources from NAR and around the web.
Eight inspiring examples of placemaking around the U.S.
Five examples of REALTORS® and REALTOR associations® engaging in placemaking.
An outline to beginning work on placemaking projects in your community.
Placemaking can be undertaken by anyone, but it can help to have a REALTOR® Association or an individual REALTOR® take the lead.
Public spaces could be a city's most underutilized and potentially valuable assets.
In evaluating thousands of public spaces around the world, the Project for Public Spaces has found successful places have four qualities in common.
Placemaking is a relatively new term but it reflects a traditional and conventional concept: it is an old idea made new again.
Find answers to who owns the water beneath or bordering a property, withdrawing water from your property, accessing more water resources, and other water-related issues.
How water security regulations and initiatives have changed since 9/11.
Growing metropolitan areas are worried about meeting their water supply needs. Here’s a look at some solutions different communities are trying.