Urban infill development allows cities to reclaim vacant or underutilized land by encouraging a greater mixture of residential, retail, and employment opportunities, this usually includes the integration of health-conscience land uses; such as open space for productive urban gardens, commercial horticulture, and even neighborhood playgrounds. Urban infill is crucial for providing space for transit infrastructure as well as development close to transit stations in the form of transit-oriented development (TOD) areas.
- Citizenship in Action
- Design Challenges
- Moving Tennessee Forward (Transit Initiative)
- Reclaiming Public Space
- Shaping Healthy Communities
- The Plan of Nashville
- University of Tennessee Design Studio