Spain’s capital makes a big push for better air quality.
The city’s boroughs can purchase apartment buildings to prevent spikes in rental costs. But is the area that does it most reaching the limits of what it can do?
Amsterdam’s Mirik Milan was the original “night mayor.” He talks to CityLab about how other cities can treat the night more like the day, and the principles of a sustainable party.
Today’s design debates push the architectural style’s bells and whistles into a prize fight against Brutalism. But much of its strength emerges in a different area.
The E.U.’s top court deals a major blow to the ride-hailing company, and other services might get caught in the crossfire.
A new law could see the city’s cycling infrastructure completely transformed.
Why can’t we let bunkers be bunkers?
A new extension makes it the world’s only tri-national tram system.
After the Greek city’s financial crisis, disconnected private citizens drove much of the recovery. The SynAthina Platform connected these groups, says Athens Vice Mayor and founder Amalia Zeppo.
A monument to the city’s pre-millennial excess will now become a WeWork.
Mayor Sadiq Khan’s Draft London Plan sets out a vision of how Britain’s capital will change by 2029.
Britain’s attempts to leave the European single market are threatening to re-ignite an old conflict.
Here’s what it should learn from London’s infamous efforts to build one.
E.U. agencies are packing up to leave London, and the city’s international power and prestige ebbs.
London really tried to use the 2012 Games to improve people’s lives. A new report shows the skeptics were right all along.
Switzerland’s biggest city clamps down on 132 millionaires currently living in public projects.
Germany’s Stolpersteine monuments show how a historic force of terror unfurled on the same streets people walk down today. Their disappearance is cause for concern.
British visitors were overcharged for lunch, the U.K. press pounced, and now everyone is mad.
The Victoria and Albert Museum will conserve a chunk of the Robin Hood Gardens estate—a symbolic death knell for the ethos behind the city’s postwar public housing.
Stop fumbling with your wallet at the turnstile and wear this ring instead.