DUSP professor explains how “productive neighborhoods” can remake cities.
Jonathan Mingle | School of Architecture and Planning
November 28, 2016
Cities around the world are redeveloping industrial areas, downtown districts, and exurban office parks with a mix of retail, housing, and the anchors of the new digital economy: startup incubators and co-working spaces. But beyond these basic ingredients, what makes a 21st-century urban neighborhood both a productive and an enriching place to live and work?