A new report shows that by investing in representation for low-income tenants facing eviction, the city could save more than $45 million.
A new exhibit at the National Building Museum traces the architectural and cultural history of these stunning places killed off by technology and urban renewal.
Macy’s is famously tight-lipped about the parade’s price tag, but for NYPD and locals trying to get around, the costs can add up.
Photographer Edward Keating captures the history of Route 66 over the decades as towns along "the mother road" have fallen into disrepair and obscurity.
Wildfires like Camp and Tubbs are blazing with greater intensity and frequency, due to factors including climate change and urban sprawl. How can cities stay safe?
McKim, Mead & White, Selected Works 1879-1915 highlights the nation’s defining classical structures from the late 19th century.
Northern California’s Camp Fire has destroyed thousands of homes and claimed many lives. Meanwhile, the Southern California Woolsey Fire has left much of Malibu under mandatory evacuation.
More refugees than ever are resettling in urban areas—particularly in the developing world. The humanitarian sector needs to support these cities.
In the course of a few months, the United States suddenly pulled hundreds of millions of dollars in aid. What does that mean for urban Palestinians?
By replacing Long Island City’s industrial waterfront with native grasses, Hunters Point South Park stands ready to withstand any storm surge.
A new projected video art display on the 2.5 acre facade of theMART will bring light and color to the city’s skyline two hours a day, five days a week, 10 months a year.
What happens when you take the paint and neon out of the megacity? Pascal Greco’s stark photos reveal a harshly built environment.
How cities turned against a controversial holiday.
An artist contemplates Mayan life in the face of a U.S. architectural icon that fails to truly represent it.
Rainfall and flooding in the Carolinas reveals highways that aren’t built for increasingly intense storms.
David Hanson’s work from the 1980s shows industrial damage to the American landscape that may never heal.
In his final year, the senator worked to revitalize a long-abandoned riverfront project in central Arizona.
The reuse of over a dozen vacant lots in the Fitzgerald neighborhood illustrates the city’s holistic approach to redevelopment outside of downtown.
At stake: The state’s half-century-long right to regulate auto emissions.
In the 1970s, one local high-school girl went to some of the loudest parts of the city to see just how bad the problem was.
Why KETV in Omaha moved in to the city’s beloved 120-year-old train station.