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America steadily looks more urban. Once leafy suburbs build up. Atlanta “manhattanizes” from north of downtown through its midtown into uptown Buckhead–highrise apartments and condos spring up. Texas cities begin to embrace in-town lifestyles–uptown Dallas and Houston commercial nodes grow more vertical and residential. Downtown LA features more residential towers too. Along subway and light rail stops outside Washington DC and Denver, apartment projects go up. Developers target future mixed use retail-residential around regional malls. Fast growing suburban-oriented metro areas of the past 50 years realize that future growth means focusing on more dense infill locations and discouraging building out at the fringes. How else can the country accommodate the expected 100 million in population gains over the next 30 years?

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