A system of escalators in Hong Kong, installed in 1993 to create a new connection between districts, has become an unusual and popular way to commute Hong Kong's steep streets.
Jan 11, 2010 BBC
That's the trick architect Gregory Henriquez is trying to pull off in a rundown section of Vancouver, in one of the biggest redevelopment projects the city has seen yet.
Nov 26, 2009 The New York Times
St. Louis' Citygarden Sculpture Park is already being compared to NYC's High Line for its success in revitalizing a previously unused parcel of land.
Nov 19, 2009 Fast Company
The American dream is alive and well in Detroit, as artists, urban farmers, and intellectuals see opportunity.
Nov 10, 2009 New Geography
In January 1992, The New York Times Sunday Magazine ran a piece by Columbia's Nicholas Lemann, titled "The Myth of Community Development". It was then - timed to provoke critical thinking about the Clinton Administration's vanilla urban policy of Empowerment Communities (EZ/EC) - a poignant evaluat Opinion
Mar 10, 2009 By
Phoenix is counting on a new light rail system to revive one of the city's long-ignored commercial corridors when trains start operation at the end of the year.
Oct 21, 2008 The Arizona Republic
One of the most interesting things that I have learned in school thus far is the history of the urban renewal program. As a budding urban planner, I have often used the term "urban renewal" interchangeably with "urban revitalization" to describe the process of neighborhood imp Opinion
Oct 13, 2008 By
Elvira's Cakes is a home business that outgrew the kitchen and settled into Kansas City's ailing downtown. The city is looking to small business people like Elvira to breathe new life into Kansas City's struggling districts.
Sep 27, 2008 The Kansas City Star
...so says one resident of Atlanta's Inman Park neighborhood, which has gone from deserted industrial buildings to dense, urban community in four years.
Aug 30, 2008 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution