Change the Conversation: Strong Towns are built incrementally

Neighborhoods where it’s enjoyable to live, walk, work, and recreate tend to have something in common: They were built incrementally, over time, by many different people. Compare them to the all-at-once, top-down development style of modern neighborhoods, and they’ll always win out when it comes to economic productivity, too. In this excerpt from “Where Did All the Small Developers Go,” housing expert Daniel Herriges describes why incremental development is so hard to do these days, and why we need to open the door to it once again for the sake of our cities.

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