Neighborhood Retail BlogOff

   This is the first Urbanism BlogOff. It began as a result of two heated Twitter conversations on subsequent nights in December 2011 based on retail rules of thumb that might be doing more harm than good. Or maybe it's the other way around. You decide.


Latest Posts by Each Author

   Kaid Benfield - When shops and services are within walking distance, 1/11/12

   Hazel Borys - Retail on My Mind, 2/20/12

   Chip Kaufman - Chip Kaufman Guest Post - Neighborhood Retail, 1/31/12

   Patrick Kennedy - Retail BlogOff, 1/5/12

   Kevin Klinkenberg - Walk Appeal – Beyond the 5 minute walk, Savannah edition, 7/26/12

   Steve Mouzon - Walk Appeal Impact, 8/1/12

   John Olson - Neighborhood Retail Dynamics, 1/29/12

   Sandy Sorlien - BlogOff: Neighborhood Retail, 12/28/11


Full Post Catalog

   8/1/12 - Walk Appeal Impact, Steve Mouzon

   7/26/12 - Walk Appeal – Beyond the 5 minute walk, Savannah edition, Kevin Klinkenberg

   7/25/12 - Walk Appeal, Steve Mouzon

   Walk Appeal on bettercities.net

   2/20/12 - Retail on My Mind, Hazel Borys

   2/8/12 - What Traffic Engineering & Ret. Analysis Have in Common, Kevin Klinkenberg

   2/6/12 - New Urbanism for All? Steve Mouzon

   1/31/12 - Chip Kaufman Guest Post - Neighborhood Retail, Chip Kaufman

   1/29/12 - Neighborhood Retail Dynamics, John Olson

   1/11/12 - When shops and services are within walking distance..., Kaid Benfield

   1/5/12 - Retail BlogOff, Patrick Kennedy

   12/28/11 - BlogOff: Neighborhood Retail, Sandy Sorlien

   12/23/11 - Retail: When it bends the rules and breaks the law, Hazel Borys

   12/21/11 - The Necessity of Hope, Steve Mouzon


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