Project Row Houses transforms Depression-era homes into a community art museum and affordable housing.
Beyond any impending bubble in education and health care spending, these two sectors are not a source of economic development in the first place.
The closer they are, the more they fall.
The complex math behind the connection between walkability and the economic bottom line.
Turns out human capital is vastly more important than trade when it comes to generating regional growth.
Despite recession-era setbacks, the city is celebrated as a success story. Can it stay that way?
India is becoming an important global player in entertainment.
A new measurement - based on satellite images - highlights cities' key role in economic development.
Shrinking the distance between vibrant urban cores and smaller communities could spark an economic boom.
The old highway could be cleaned up to promote economic vitality in rural communities.
The expensive, state of the art facility bears little resemblance to media accommodations for the 1948 "Austerity Games."
A new report makes the case against a top-down approach to developing high-tech districts.
A school in Dayton, Ohio, is training high-skilled workers to build drones, one of the city's budding industries.
The metros where new American citizens live now.
The rate of homeownership has virtually no bearing on the economic development of America's cities and metros.
The city has been a haven for gold rushers, divorce-seekers and gamblers. Now it's making a bid for the pleasant city market.
According to an American Planning Association poll, Americans want sidewalks, transit, and locally owned businesses.
Despite being home to a world famous tourist attraction, Niagara Falls, New York, is in danger of no longer being considered a city.
Traffic is not an economic problem. It’s an indicator of a healthy urban economy.