Two Rust Belt cities grapple with architectural obsolescence.
The question we need to ask ourselves is, what skills will help workers earn the most?
Major downtown development projects are helping to make Surrey into its own urban center.
The city pledged transit-oriented development around the store — so why is it building roads?
Why Americans in some states feel more secure in their economic future.
An ambitious plan in Providence utilizes Brown's medical and science campuses.
Besides D.C., which states boast the most federal employees?
The president hopes to build transportation capacity to aid the crucial mining sector.
Minneapolis and a nearby suburb are trying to woo the team with competing stadium projects.
There's evidence the presence of a big box store in the city center helps reduce the amount most people drive.
British Columbia's Tsawwassen First Nation's first development project will be a massive exurban shopping mall.
With the nation's incarceration rate steadily declining, small towns that bet big on prisons are finding themselves in a financial jam.
Higher education could be set to explode like the housing market.
The city is better prepared to utilize a key resource: water.
Surprising data on who's shopping at the discount chains.
A critical look at the Bureau of Labor Statistics' employment projections for the rest of the decade.
Cities will have to serve workers in different ways than they have in the past. But smart growth is more vital than ever.
Without redevelopment money, plans to entice the A’s and Raiders to stay falter.
The city and schools of Eastlake, Ohio, will take hit when a nearby FirstEnergy plant closes in September.