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Julia Levitt

A Walk Through London’s Boxpark, the Temporary Mall That's Probably Coming Soon to a City Near You

Look for more pop-up malls across Europe, and eventually the U.S., in the coming years

Barbosa & Guimarães

9 Fantastic Office Buildings

Places that would make you love where you work

Reuters

Postcard From Tokyo

The $736,000 tuna auction and other news

Courtesy: Friends of Midcoast Maine

What Citizens Add to Planning

The people who live in a place often have fresh ideas about how to make it better

Courtesy of the Municipal Art Society of New York

Manhattan's Next Great Waterfront Park

The wheels are in motion for Waterside Pier along the East River

Reuters

Can Amtrak Ever Make Money?

A Freakonomics panel looks at if, how, and whether Amtrak can find its way to profitability

Reuters

The Safety Risks of Raising Speed Limits

As the U.K. plans to increase its speed limit, concerns grow

Courtesy: Matthew Christopher

The Psychology of Ruin Porn

Why we can't take our eyes off images of old buildings and decrepit interiors

Website of the Day: Melbourne Metro

The sleek design and usability are a transit-lover's dream

Emaar Mall Group

Plans for an Air Conditioned Walk From Burj Khalifa to the Dubai Metro

An elevated walkway will connect the world's tallest skyscraper with the city's metro system

Flickr/su_ra_ka

Postcard From Miami

Competing birthday cakes vie for Lebron James' affections and other news

Reuters

How Gay Populations Influence Housing Prices

A new study finds that whether home values go up or down as same-sex households increase depends on a neighborhood's political slant

Samuel Arbesman

Do Rankings Affect Our Opinions of Cities?

What we think about different places also depends on where we live

The Urban Billboard as Art

Artists seek out more imaginative uses for traditional street advertisements

Reuters

The Struggle to Define L.A.'s Transitional Moment

What Los Angeles Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne learned after a full year of historical reading on the city

Portland, Ore., Then and Now (1890-2012)

It's easy to see the results of Oregon's urban growth boundary laws in this side-by-side map comparison

Flickr/Keith Bacongco

Why Some Cities Are Healthier Than Others

Happiness, form of commute and money all play a role

Reuters

List of the Day: America's Power Regions

New Geography's list of the five areas that will do best post-election day, no matter who wins

Frank Jump

The Fading, Old-Timey Ads of New York City

A photographer documents the Big Apple that was through old billboards and street advertisements