Agriculture flourishes in the city’s vacant lots—but can it survive the push towards revitalization?
Detroit’s urban growers are cultivating the land to pick up where they feel the city has let them down.
A small green space in Queens helps court-involved youths turn their lives around.
Consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks dipped 21 percent after a tax was enacted, a new study finds.
To be used for the culturally enriching activities of their choice.
A new book makes the case for environmental reverence through ethical fishing.
It takes a lot of work—and a good amount of space—to own a rabbit in one of the world’s densest cities, but this pseudo-petting-zoo fills the void.
A Finnish skateboarder and landscape architect rethinks these historically community-aggravating youth spaces.
Get schooled on architecture, sustainability and development.
As LinkNYC rolls out through the city, guides take to the streets to demonstrate how to use the free network.
Across the city, 97 tiny libraries will pop up in front of schools.
The newly reinstated #11 Lincoln bus courts ridership numbers with beer.
The city is engineering its culinary scene to benefit more than just high-end diners.
A few extra cents charged for milk and bread can add up to higher rates of hunger, new research suggests.
Instead of devoting square-footage solely to co-working, a handful of organizations are making space do double duty.
Hint: It helps to be young.
Fancy a trip to the Shank of Inchgrundle?
Hunger and trashed food are commanding attention at this summer's biggest events, from the political conventions to the Olympic Games.