Craig Robins has helped make Miami's Design District a magnet for cutting-edge architecture and luxury retail.
New studies suggest proximity to transit is quite flexible and could extend to a mile out.
A roundup of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
Is it turquoise? Is it teal? Whichever it is, Portlanders have strong feelings about PDX's beloved—and soon-to-go—carpet.
The case for New England's unloved second city and its supporting role in #Boston2024.
Residents wonder if nearby fracking operations might be responsible for the seismic activity.
One Twitter user's suggested Olympics motto: "Fastah, Highah, Wicked Strong."
The school Spin Rocinha teaches young Brazilians how to DJ, no charge.
As Gainesville returns bike lanes to cars, the decision reflects a broader debate over removing traffic lanes.
A short documentary about the legacy of Boston busing.
The new technology aims to make it easier for women to report incidents of sexual harassment and violence.
Here's a grim reminder of the rising number of weather and climate calamities.
The high-security device also monitors speed, routes, and calories burnt.
While some remain cynical about homeownership, the U.S.'s foreign-born population still regards it as a symbol of attaining the American Dream.
The city has colleges as infrastructure and hosts a huge sporting event every year. The Big Dig may have even worked in its favor.
The service debuted this week. For now, most of the drivers and conductors are still men.
Children in low-income households are far less likely to attend preschool.
Hundreds of groups have sprung up to help their fellow citizens with everything from a cup of coffee to prescription drugs.
The knowledge and energy hubs of San Francisco and Texas are among the year’s biggest economic winners.