Sustainability

It turns out that getting together isn't just fun - it has positive implications for wellness, too. Continuing our series on the Urban Land Institute's Building Healthy Places initiative, we highlight the ways that design and programming can give neighbors opportunities to interact....

The scent of basil, warm from the sun. The taste of a perfectly ripe tomato. The joy of digging in the soil. As more and more Americans discover the pleasure of gardening, a home garden remains out of reach for most people who...

The nationwide obesity epidemic is especially acute in our home state. In Arkansas, 35% of adults are obese, up from around 25% just a decade ago.  Though there are many factors influencing this trend, the design of cities, neighborhoods, and...

With spring in the air, our thoughts turn to cycling.  Biking is a big part of our culture around here, with our CEO leading the pack by biking to work.  Since we opened our office in Downtown Fayetteville, our entire...

Our city has set an ambitious goal of diverting 80% of garbage from landfills, and recycling at apartments is a big piece of the pie. This week, we met with city officials and the consultants hired to help draft a roadmap...

We strive to support the health of our team and the people who live in our communities by doing our part to protect indoor air quality. By choosing milder products and practices, we all breathe a little easier....

“Community is this generation’s golf course—of that I’m sure,” Michael Watkins, Gaithersburg, Maryland As more people seek to connect with community, spaces like community farms are replacing golf courses as in-demand amenities. A recent article in Urban Land Magazine features eight...

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