Not even the Baltimore Orioles wanted to keep the neglected B&O Warehouse—until Eric Moss came to town in 1987.
Yes, some U.S. cities have experienced an uptick in murders this summer. Here’s what that doesn’t mean.
It’s the first U.S. building to implement technology that Japan has been using for more than 20 years.
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The Walkie Talkie has been named the ugliest British structure completed in the last 12 months, but there are reasons beyond aesthetics to dislike it.
There are only a few dedicated artisanal globemakers left in the world—and there’s good reason for that.
What was public housing like in New Orleans before Katrina? Videos from the city’s hip-hop scene tell the tale.
The city wants to steer mixed-income development to all its neighborhoods with clever tax incentives.
The lead cartographer for Mapbox answers the technological and philosophical questions of which ‘hoods make it onto a map.
Federal housing policies didn’t just deny opportunities to black residents. They subsidized and safeguarded whites-only neighborhoods.