Unattractive, Brutalist architecture should be preserved because it's unique, not because it's pretty
1960s era posters illustrate cities around the world
For a lot of cities, demolishing the most obvious candidates was the easy part
The wheels are in motion for Waterside Pier along the East River
A photographer documents the Big Apple that was through old billboards and street advertisements
A new Google map hack lets you create wild, trippy images of your favorite city streets
Commercialism is only one of many reasons for cities not to sell out their stops
The park opened to visitors again this morning, but significant barriers remain in place
The city holds several advantages for creative types, despite its high cost of living
Feeling connected to a neighborhood is a good thing. But what if where you live doesn't have a real name?
New York creates a new kind of shelter to help the city track its feral cat population
When it comes to winning championships, big cities have some natural assets. But smaller areas can leverage their own advantages too
NYC subway riders trapped on A train last winter sue the city for a "policy that will benefit the public now and for years to come"
New York City's first gay urban resort will open next year. Is this the start of a new brand of architecture?
A round-up of the strangest city highlights from alternative weeklies around the country
Why cities like Green Bay win an outsize number of championships
The home retail giant is building a walkable, mostly car-free neighborhood in East London
A handful of new programs offer books in public spaces to anyone who wants them
The end of the Tampa-Orlando high-speed rail line, the death of a pedestrian near Atlanta and other low points from the year in city travel