After a revamp, a tunneled Victorian thoroughfare has become part of London Bridge Station.
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Instead of reconstructing aging school facilities, the district is using a voter-backed ballot measure to pay for a legal campaign against a subway extension.
Urban areas are heat islands. Could that be dictating the color of their gastropods?
The city has an ambitious plan to fix its housing woes. But so far, most of development has been focused on the city’s downtown area.
Six years after Sandy hit New York killing 43 people and destroying numerous homes, waterfront development in the region continues with scant attention to cohesive storm-mitigation strategy.
A ruined view following a wildfire affects property values, but only because it's a painful reminder of risk, economists find.
Will Houston’s data-driven approach help it distribute recovery funds more fairly?
Depends on the city, and the transit agency.
In Marriott hotels across the country, employees are striking for better wages and benefits—but also for the right to decide how technology is used in their industry.
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It affirms a supremacist mentality. I thought we were done propping that up.
The federal agency just launched a feel-good photoblog called "Humans of HUD." Just what are these portraits of real-life housing aid recipients telling us?
How much of your paycheck goes towards student loans?
Tasso Katselas was prolific in his home city for the second half of the 20th century, but his work remains underappreciated.
Politically, that is.
A new analysis by the Science vs. podcast team crunches the numbers on which New York City blocks are seeing spikes in calls complaining about other residents.
In the swiftly diversifying Gwinnett County, the second largest county in Georgia, the best way to vote freely and fairly in the upcoming midterms is if you’re white.
For now, U.S. cities lead in attracting global talent, but cities across the world are coming on strong.