I occasionally stumble on a property like this one. Its trajectory over the decades is clear. It started as a comfortable middle class home. You can still see the outlines of the kidney shaped pool in the back yard. It’s obvious that the road out front was widened. And widened again. And widened again. High … Continue reading Pave. Fail. Pave. Fail. Repeat.
There’s a weird war raging these days. There are people who advocate high rise living and public transit in the urban core to the exclusion of other arrangements. And then there are folks who can’t hold their head up high in church on Sunday if they don’t live on a quarter acre lot out on … Continue reading Collingswood: The Main Street Model