New research suggests that immigrants could boost housing values in precisely the shrinking cities that need it.
The huge, globe-trotting waterfowl will make its American debut in September.
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More than a quarter of America's working renter households now spend a majority of their income on rent.
The baseball team ditched CGI ship fights for streetscapes and signature Pittsburgh imagery.
It's time to come up with a new way of thinking and talking about places like Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, and Cleveland.
The Pennsylvania Railroad isn't coming through that tunnel — so how come we keep going through its doors?
Fans descend on ballparks around the country as Major League Baseball gets underway.
And you probably can't even smell it.
We've got a "typology radar graph" for that.
During the lockout, some teams changed arenas, others asked for new ones, and some even pushed forward with condo towers and complexes.
More gifts for the urbanist in your life.
The percentage of accidents involving alcohol varies widely by city.
A design firm stitched together 7 distinct buildings of different eras and styles, creating a mixed-use complex in the heart of Pittsburgh.
The unnamed cleaning contractor had built a secret napping nest inside an airport bathroom.
Rather than trying to lure major retailers onto certain sites, the city is creating places Pittsburghers want to go and hoping business will follow.
The agency has an impressive record of supporting smarter community planning.
So far there are only three of them in the U.S. The rest of us are still working on it.
The GAO reports that only a tenth of $53 billion in flexible transportation funding went to transit in the past five years.