But first, it will have to navigate a complex set of real estate laws.
One of the most aggressive moves yet in the online rental battle seems virtually impossible to enforce.
Nijmegen is turning a flood-control project on the River Waal into an opportunity to redevelop its inner core.
Zip through the skies of the Argentine capital with this new short film.
Between 925 and 1,960 housing units in the city are sitting vacant so they can be rented out through the service, says a new report.
They’re living in cities, but they’re also priced out of central areas.
The city wants retailers to caution consumers about RF radiation.
Architects dream of the days when “Hello” becomes “Ahoy!”
Here’s everything you need to know about Prototype.
Amy Plitt, co-author of To the End of the Line, explains why you should take a long ride (and pack your own toilet paper).
Black students at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design say there are no design courses that consider race and justice. Here’s an outline for one.
The interactive project OUTgoing aims to map the history of New York City’s queer bars.
The latest outrageous acquittal, this time in Philadelphia.
A new employment site aims to give teleworkers a drastic change of scenery.
A London-based geocoding startup has developed a better way for e-hail drivers and riders to communicate with each other.
One line: “I can't imagine what this place must have been like before all the new money, colorful condos, and Ferris wheels.”
Sydney’s rail system uses high-tech sensors to detect tagging in progress.
People of color spend nearly 160 additional hours a year commuting on transit compared to whites who drive to work alone.
You may soon be able to (legally) explore part of Los Angeles that began sliding into the sea in the 1920s.