As Peter mentioned last week, more and more people are getting involved with the conversation about how our city should be built. That was obvious on Friday when the Sixth Floor Museum filled with people for AIA’s DFW Urban Summit, and Main Street was overtaken by people activating parking spots for Park(ing) Day.
If you’re still wondering what New Urbanism is, or how you can take part in it, check out The New Urbanism three-week series presented by the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. Monte Anderson, president of Options Real Estate, and Patrick Kennedy, partner of Space Between Design Studio, will be teaching the classes. The Institute has made the first class free, so you have no excuse for not going. Register here for the three-week series.