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Monday, February 06, 2012
New York Times Quote of the Day
Basically they're building the downtowns that the suburbs never had.
- Ellen Dunham-Jones, a professor at the College of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology, on efforts by urban planners and community activists to rethink the uses of shopping malls struggling with high vacancy rates.
February 6, 2012 in Architecture, Current Affairs, New Urbanism, Quote of the Day, Urbanism | Permalink
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