In Newburgh, New York, a new “Artist-in-Vacancy” program aims to show the community as charged—not afflicted—by its past.
First known as “The Gentry,” a new project has residents in the mostly Hispanic neighborhood in Chicago’s Lower West Side feeling anxious.
After nearly 60 years unused, the Harahan Bridge’s wagonways have been converted into pathways for bikes and pedestrians.
Shelby Farms Park and the Shelby Farms Greenline demonstrate a civic interest in landscape design not seen in years.
The Big Marsh was once home to nine steel mills. Now it’s where bikes and rare birds roam.