Monthly Archives: August 2016

FBC 201: Placemaking with Form-Based Codes

September 29-30 in Phoenix, Arizona Register today for FBC 201: Placemaking with Form-Based Codes. The course gives an in-depth understanding of the regulatory framework to shape good urban form. The course combines presentations, discussion, case studies and a hands-on participatory exercise to create the basic elements of a code. Please consult the course page on the FBCI website for additional information, registration details, lodging options, the draft agenda and the instructors. Early bird discount ends August 15. For registration assistance, contact Jason Baker at 202-644-8224.          

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Invasion of the Tech Tenants

    Invasion of the Tech Tenants Technology tenants’ leasing volume is at a historic high. But you have to negotiate leases differently when a tenant wants a climbing wall, dense occupancy ratios—and a welcoming attitude toward dogs and bicycles.  

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