The price is reasonable, the design is practical, and the link is one the city genuinely needs.
The city is fighting both terrorists at home and a fading image abroad.
From building atop canals to encouraging backyard cottages.
The city’s new pedestrian and cycling bridge will hang between two towers.
Investigators have identified Molenbeek as a launchpad for the Paris attacks and several others.
In the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks, locals are bound by a strong sense of community—and defiance.
Multiple sites have reportedly been hit, including the Bataclan and the Stade de France.
Under a new plan, low-income tenants of public housing will pay less than a third of their income in rent.
First seen as symbol of a bright new future, the structure has come to reflect the city’s wider problems.
UNESCO is sending inspectors to examine plans for the “Ribbon Hotel” and its stool-like swirl.
Paris is planning a pretty major overhaul of its main avenue by 2025.
The Spanish capital wants to impose some pretty drastic measures when air quality is especially bad.
Once the site of an epic postwar international aid mission for Germans, the former Tempelhof Airport will now return the favor.
Daylight saving time serves as a reminder that the Continent’s clock lines are terribly illogical.
“We go to CBDs because that’s where other people are, not because they’re wonderful places to spend time.”
The mayors of Athens and Bristol discuss the mass-scale influx of refugees during The Atlantic’s CityLab 2015 summit.
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel explains how her city is treating the rebound from natural disaster as a creative Year Zero.
“The same people who say it’s unacceptable that little Bobby has asthma will get in their big SUV and drive their child to school,” says London Deputy Mayor for Transport Isabel Dedring.