Four urban elevated railroad parks in progress
A Chicago woman has carved a business out of teaching residents there how to raise their own backyard poultry
The new film documents the problems and prospects of global urbanization
A new exhibition explores the influence of public participation in society
From a pedestrian expansion of the Verrazano bridge to a new entrance for Central Park, the best concepts from this year's Urban Design Week
A survey of 55 major U.S. cities shows big gains in many places, but plenty of regional variation
With better jobs markets and high levels of state funding, these U.S. cities offer a lot more than just a place to go to school
Cities, not countries, are increasingly where the foreign policy action is
New rates go into effect despite uproar from drivers and AAA
A pair of New York-based filmmakers marvel in, and just above, the underground
Everyone loves the idea of the neighborhood book store, but signing petitions isn't going to keep them open
San Francisco's SF Made is leading the charge to get American cities back in the business of making things
The design of America's suburbs has actually made our streets more dangerous
Despite their co-option by marketing teams, the pop-up remains a sharp tool in the urban revitalization kit
Gentrification has long since arrived in Harlem, with plenty of LGBT residents. But they appear to be socializing elsewhere. Why? And does it matter?
Which major U.S. cities provide the best, and worst, mix of playgrounds for their youngest residents?
Most of the world's capacity for economic growth is centered in its metro areas. Which cities top the list?
The link between schooling and place isn’t going away any time soon