Haya El Nasser, writing for the USA Today:
Why are the giants of the building industry, the creators for decades of massive communities of cookie-cutter homes, cul-de-sacs and McMansions in far-flung suburbs, doing an about-face? Why are they suddenly building smaller neighborhoods in and close to cities on land more likely to be near a train station than a pig farm?
If you’re reading this blog, you probably already know the answer.
(Thanks to Adam Rogers.)