Low-income residents of the Upper 9th Ward in New Orleans have lived alongside a potentially lethal legacy of federal policy decisions -- and on top of a 95-acre municipal dump.
Jan 5, 2012 City Limits
International company IKEA, known for their low-cost design furniture, will develop a 26-acre complete London neighborhood.
Dec 16, 2011 The Pop-Up City
Carter Rubin at LA Metro’s The Source reports on ULI’s vision for Union Station, which Metro bought for a song earlier this year.
Dec 11, 2011 The Source
The Center for Urban Real Estate unveiled a proposal to connect Lower Manhattan and Governors Island with landfill to spur development in the area. The connection would generate $16.7 billion of revenue for the city, the center estimates.
Nov 23, 2011 The New York Times
Hearst Corporation is planning to redevelop the city block that surrounds its San Francisco Chronicle offices at 5th and Mission. The update would include a new mixed use tower containing 1.3 million square feet of commercial space.
Nov 22, 2011 SF Gate
Hidden in plain sight on Washington Street, just north of
Rector Street, in lower Manhattan is an endangered piece of history. Three
small privately owned buildings that I learned about during a walking tour in
Saturday 29 October's freak snowstorm. Opinion
Nov 1, 2011 By
With the increasing popularity of online shopping, many shopping centers are losing retailers left and right. More unusual tenants are filling in the gaps, like gun ranges and bounce houses.
Oct 27, 2011 The Wall Street Journal
The Big Worm is a 2.2 mile elevated highway carving its way through South America's biggest city, carrying 80,000 vehicles a day past the bedroom windows of once elegant art deco apartment buildings.
Oct 17, 2011 The Washington Post
Detroit is the darling of the media. Whether it is to bash it or celebrate
it, Detroit is good for a story.
It will be a decade or more before the historians will start to connect
today's dots with tomorrow's reality.
I'm not making predictions, just observations.
Sep 21, 2011 By
For a while now, I've wondered if we have been mislabeling the development around well functioning transit stops as transit-oriented developments (TODs). This may seem odd, because numerous studies have shown that property values can increase by 20% to 40% percent around transit stops, particularly rail stations (although the increases are uneven).
Sep 4, 2011 By