An inner-city neighborhood in Boston is providing a strong example of how the rating system can guide improvements.
The Saw Doctors, an Irish rock band, is leading a campaign to restore a small part of Tuam.
In The Space Between, pastor Eric Jacobsen makes a compelling case that the faithful have a special calling to care for our urban spaces.
A very life-like view of the city, courtesy of a rider who knows it well.
Grow Dat offers kids a chance to learn about urban farming and hunger.
Often, bringing sustainable development to the suburbs is all about helping communities get over their fear.
Simple as they seem, colorful signs suggest residents of this Boston neighborhood imagine a hopeful future.
A Chicago group is fighting storm water pollution and heat islands by offering rebates to people who buy trees or rain barrels.
A Boston non-profit is retrofitting the city's affordable housing stock and cutting energy costs by about 20 percent.
It’s all about the future street pattern.
Walk Score will now let users "review" a neighborhood's walkability.
A landmark 2008 land use law has led to more sustainable communities.
A new website offers tours and information on Washington's urbanism.
Project Row Houses transforms Depression-era homes into a community art museum and affordable housing.
An Israeli designer invents a paper bike that could sell for $60 a pop.
In his new book, Chuck Marohn explains how sprawl is like a Ponzi scheme.
Outside Cincinnati, a deteriorated housing project is given a facelift without displacing residents.
While its historic character and culture has been strong for the last 50 years, the neighborhood's re-emergence is complicated by uncertainties.
A haunting and poetic portrayal of what was then seen as the city of the future.