The entrepreneur is almost single-handedly reviving downtown Detroit, but his design choices are under fire.
Wood is cheaper and more energy-efficient than steel. Should we be using it to build skyscrapers?
Los Angeles's "Duke of Art Deco" collects and rehabs buildings that once housed Hollywood's greats.
A bride with a 1.85-mile train.
Left-wing activists threatened to "derail" the project, arguing it would speed gentrification.
How the Southern city helped launch a billion-dollar business.
Lessons on environmentalism should be worked into course offerings, not just infrastructure.
Researchers have proposed a number of theories over the years — from sensory overload to the economic value of time.
In most of America's top metros, buying may well be the better financial decision. But is the next bubble inevitable?
Two East London neighborhoods will be irrevocably changed by the Games. Is this a bad thing?
The geography of where in the U.S. people lack health insurance is striking.
The city's building height restrictions are under review.
Pretty please with sugar on top?
The metro areas that saw the greatest slowdown in the previous decades were the ones that saw the biggest booms in the 1990s.
A roundup of some of our favorite city-based tilt-shift videos.
The new store will preserve many of the 13th century church's most striking features.
The TransMilenio is among the world's best networks, but that hasn't stopped residents from protesting it again and again.
Monks protest a United Nations resolution.
Which Sweet Sixteen team stadium is in the most walkable neighborhood?