Another article focusing on Austin's unique version of New Urbanism - 'Compact and Caucasian' :
"The millennials have spoken. They have chosen this proudly odd capital city as their own, flooding it with startups and sustaining a local food-truck economy mesmerizing to behold.....
Large portions of the youngsters who’ve flooded this adult playground are well-educated, well-paid and white. With downtown firmly established as a technology hub and the city’s southern confines quickly stretching their suburban reaches, the unsparing hand of gentrification is sweeping east, broaching Interstate 35, long the marker of Austin’s deepest divide: richer, whiter Austin to the west vs. poorer, off-white Austin to the east."
FYI -We have posted this before, but any New Urbanism that does not follow America's professional society for urban planners' smart growth policies is not New Urbanism.