How To Use These Effective Formulas On Your Neighborhood

Something old, something new, and a curveball

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When we’re planning or evaluating a neighborhood, what makes it “good?” Good of course is subjective and usually measured with qualitative data. Trees! Fewer cars? People! Space? White picket fences! Sidewalks?

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