Little about The Railyard resembles how TOD takes place in most cities
A years-long controversy over fig trees is wearing away at some local officials
We're going to need to shift to a whole new way of life before we see lasting economic change
Despite community support and political goodwill, Caltrans is once again making plans to demolish the DIY skate spot
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
As home values fluctuate, so too does a family's ability to borrow money to pay for school
The best way to save wilderness is through strong, compact, beautiful communities
A short film by Davide Tonizzo shows off the city's sometimes forgotten mid-century buildings
If we're so fiercely independent, why do we choose familiarity when we shop?
It sounds like an urbanist's nightmare, but StarMetro's new system makes it easier to get to work
Despite their co-option by marketing teams, the pop-up remains a sharp tool in the urban revitalization kit
The president’s stated goal of uniting the country may be a lost cause
Maryland's controversial anti-sprawl plan is in the final review phase
The $90 billion Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor has India building 24 brand new cities.
The words we use for rivers and streams change with their geography
Excerpts from the cutting room floor of my latest magazine feature
Gentrification has long since arrived in Harlem, with plenty of LGBT residents. But they appear to be socializing elsewhere. Why? And does it matter?
Urban communities represent the true economic geography