Urban Sprawl

#CNU23 Recap: Dallas-Fort Worth Event Leaves Legacy For Urban Redevelopment

By Amanda Popken / May 6, 2015 / 2 Comments

By Amanda Popken Special Contributor For a whirlwind four days, hundreds of the world’s top urban planners, engineers, developers, and real estate professionals descended on Dallas to share best practices, data, and ideas about making our cities great. Attendees of the Congress for the New Ubanism‘s #CNU23 tend to seem a bit crazy for walkable neighborhoods, but […]

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U.S. Census Bureau Update: Dallas is Pretty Dense at 1,112 People psm — No Wonder Our Market is Hot!

By Candy Evans / May 7, 2012 / 0 Comments

This is kind of surprising to those of us who think of Dallas as one great big urban sprawl, everyone living on half acre lots or on ranches. We are actually pretty dense and getting more dense. A U.S. Census Bureau report on urban population density shows that the D/FW area’s density of 1,112 people per […]

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