A pointed editorial decries the over-regulation that has followed the renaissance of public spaces in Los Angeles.
Nov 14, 2015 Los Angeles Times
While standardized metrics for determining the number of and place for city parks cannot replace more fine grain analysis, they can be useful tools. Park planner Clement Lau writes about five park-need metrics, including a couple of the newest.
Nov 13, 2015 UrbDeZine
When you think of "city" what comes to mind?
A specific city? One of your favourites?
Chaos, people, crowds, traffic?
A river cutting through its centre?
A mountain range backdrop? Blog Post
Nov 8, 2015 By
A 1.5-acre park in Cleveland should be ready in time for the 2016 Republican National Convention. The small park is just the first step, however, toward a much grander vision for a corner of Cleveland with deep connections to the city's past.
Nov 4, 2015 Cleveland Plain-Dealer
While we often talk about the places that are park poor, Builder Online has done the data crunching to find out which cities are park rich.
Oct 18, 2015 Builder
$285 million in capital dollars through 2019 will help fund parks in New York not called the High Line and lacking high-profile private backing.
Oct 13, 2015 Inhabitat NYC
Oklahoma City has earned a big recognition. Myriad Botanical Gardens executive director Maureen Heffernan says know her team knows what it feels like to win a World Series.
Oct 9, 2015 KOCO
The latest city to upgrade its urban waterfront into an open space amenity is Philadelphia, which will open Pier 68 to the public October 1, 2015.
Sep 30, 2015 PlanPhilly
After transforming opinions about public space with the High Line in New York, James Corner Field Operations will shift focus below the tracks—the Underline park under the MetroRail line in Miami.
Sep 18, 2015 ASLA The Dirt
One of the country's most passionate supporters of parks writes a review of a book that explores the characteristics and qualities of great parks.
Sep 10, 2015 The Nature of Cities