What the Last Frontier of Manhattan Says About the Economics of Housing
Hudson Yards, the largest private real estate development in U.S. history, is being built during a time when New Yorkers worry about the burdensome cost of housing. Will the megaproject alleviate the city's housing pressure?
Chicago's South Side Welcomes the Obama Foundation With Some Skepticism
The Obama Presidential Center is poised to transform Chicago's Jackson Park, as well as its surrounding neighborhoods. But residents want a binding community benefits agreement.
Building Cities With Sustainability in Mind to Cut Costs
Municipal waste — from poop to heat — can be a valuable resource that could run our cities more cheaply and sustainably, says a hands-on Canadian ecologist.
Turning Foreclosed Commercial Properties Into Parks
Turning foreclosed commercial properties into park networks could put people to work, raise real estate values and promote wise redevelopment.