Newsweek: Bye-Bye, Suburban Dream

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This story started out as an exploration of modern America’s search for “community” in the post-suburban age.  As the post World-War-II era saw the invention of sprawl and subdivisions, eventually cities began dying (see Detroit, Michigan) and others began rethinking how to continue to thrive.  The concept of “new urbanism” emerged, melding traditional mixed-use city planning with evolving architectural concepts like “CoHousing,” which is where I now live.