Facing housing shortages and mass tourism, 10 major cities want the European Union to protect their ability to regulate vacation rentals at the local level.
Fed up with raucous tourists, the Netherlands will stop promoting its capital as a destination. But new airports, cruises, and hotels will keep them coming.
Amsterdam plans to systematically strip its center of parking spaces in the coming years, making way for bike lanes, sidewalks, and more trees.
In an effort to make housing more affordable, the Dutch capital is crafting a law that says anyone who buys a newly built home must live in it themselves.
A new tower development in the city’s harbor has a clear inspiration from U.S. and Canadian cities. But is it right for low-rise Amsterdam?
Centrumeiland will soon hold hundreds of affordable homes with the lightest of possible carbon footprints.
What urban archaeologists found underneath Amsterdam as workers dug out the new Noord/Zuidlijn line.
So-called “Nutella Shops” are among the businesses now in the Dutch capital’s crosshairs.
New York is the first major American city to create an official body to oversee nightlife. Here’s what it can learn from the European cities that have tried it so far.
Too many rental bikes are clogging up much-needed parking space, city hall says. But what’s the plan?
A years-long debate over a bridge pits the city’s vision for the future against the national government’s.
Historical videos inspired by “Game of Thrones,” photos of long-lost neighborhoods, and maps of the best old buildings still standing today. What more could you ask for?
With cargo bikes gaining popularity, cyclists say it’s time to rethink how much road space is given to cars.
Widened canals—and underground bike parking—will bring the city’s Central Station a little closer to nature and history.
Credit the “Wegener-Bergeron process” for making this rare blotch of human-induced snow.
The city is offering up to $26,000 to store owners to convert empty rooms into homes.
A small island made entirely from grease would attract hungry seagulls and delight (disgust?) all in sight.
The “supercharged” honeysuckle called the Green Junkie could be a part of the Dutch city’s scheme to rid its air of carbon emissions.
Pop-ups in the U.S. and Amsterdam are bringing the workplace into the sunshine.
There are many contenders, but no clear winner.