Out with the Old, In with the New

The implementation of a temporary moratorium on new residential construction and larger additions in the 13th Ward of Minneapolis has brought attention to the growing challenges we face with urban “infill” housing.  With teardowns representing a growing number of projects in the Twin Cities, many agree that we need to explore ways to make sure […]

New homes built within an existing established neighborhood

  Something Old, Something New.  With a greater desire for shorter commutes and amenities within walking or biking distance, new homes built within an existing established neighborhood are becoming more common. If you’re lucky enough to find one of the few remaining empty lots in a first-ring suburb or city neighborhood, your “in-fill” project might […]