Christopher Leinberger, Charles Bendit Distinguished Scholar and Research Professor of Urban Real Estate, was quoted by The Wall Street Journal (8/13) in a story about middle-aged residents relocating to hip, urban neighborhoods.
Leinberger was quoted by The Washington Post (8/9) in a story on the move of empty-nest baby boomers into cities.
Leinberger was quoted by The Atlantic in a story (8/2) on redevelopment in Cleveland.
Leinberger co-wrote an opinion piece for The Hill’s Congress blog (7/25) on how federal tax reform could reignite the real estate and housing markets.
An appearance by Leinberger at a Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce forum on the new shape of 21st century development was covered (7/25) by Leesburg Today. Leinberger said the shift toward walkable urban communities will be a leading development trend.
Leinberger was quoted by the National Journal in an article (7/24) on the difficulties of getting public transit funded by Congress.
Leinberger was interviewed (7/22) about real estate in Washington, D.C., and walkable urbanism, by Washington’s WAMU-FM station. (audio)