Tag Natasha Alfonso-Ahmed

Is Your Zoning Code Holding Back Your City?

By Natasha Alfonso-Ahmed, Director of Urban Design & Planning Many cities that are facing blight and lack of development interest are watching how other cities around them are thriving and don’t understand why. While there are many factors that can…

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Complete Streets is That Enough?

By Natasha Alfonso-Ahmed, Director of Urban Design & Planning  Co-writer Saul Umana, Urban Design and Planning Intern After years of poor street design that placed the importance of cars over people, we have reached a tipping point in America. Municipalities…

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CNU.25 Seattle Full Session Proposal

We are really excited about the CNU.25 to be held in Seattle this upcoming year. The Congress for New Urbanism is celebrating their 25th annual congress with a showcase of New Urbanism accomplishments and lectures that look toward the future…

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Pompano’s Rising Innovation District

by Sharon McCormick Trend-setting cities around the globe are establishing Innovation Districts—transforming forgotten areas into dynamic amalgams of corporate sophistication, startup edginess, walkable communities, trendy restaurants, hip housing and cultural clusters. While considered an emerging phenomenon, the paradigm is something…

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RMA On the Move – October 2015

RMA Accepts Certificate of Appreciation from the City of North Miami Beach RMA Director of Urban Design & Planning, Natasha Alfonso-Ahmed accepting, on behalf of the entire team, a Certificate of Appreciation from the City of North Miami Beach for…

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