By Martin Crim, Esq.
Here’s an interview of author Nolan Gray about rethinking zoning. A couple of quick takeaways:
- “Cancel zoning” is an overstatement; Gray argues for looser zoning, primarily around residential density
- Houston provides an example showing that you can still make a hash out of land use even without zoning
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