And other lessons in urbanism from the South American capital.
What it takes to become a port city of a major cruise line.
Houston and Seattle top one list of actual wage growth from 2011 to 2012.
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The "CDD" is helping residents open banks and encouraging them to shop local.
Ideas (some good, some not) for what to do with these hulking, empty retail spaces.
Incredible footage from the 1920s shows New York's traffic has always been a problem (especially when you're rushing to put out a fire).
San Francisco is once again the best city in America to flip burgers.
Measures that don't account for location fail to capture purchasing power differences.
Charter cities, sexy villages, company towns, and more.
Stores don't need nearly as much retail space as they used to, and this is seriously hurting the country's real estate market.
Brooklyn's Barclays Center is proving itself a leader in fostering a strong hometown identity.
The shipping company will make 28 million drop-offs today -- 324 a second.
As inner cores become wealthier, crime will get pushed out of many cities.
Traditionally stingy with new growth, the city appears to be on the cusp of a major construction cycle.
Gift purchases are dow n, Christmas lights are dim, and families are suffering.
A bitter feud between two men has sent the price of trees in New York City sky-high.
France's Nantes has a powerful plan to cut carbon, eliminate cars, and redevelop the city's heart.