The transit agency must renew its search for an appropriate facility for an expanded trolley barn as part of its plan to modernize its aging fleet.
As e-commerce giants like Amazon build more and more facilities, advocates say a regional approach is needed to prevent sprawl and look beyond local benefits.
Traffic from the area's booming distribution centers is damaging local roads and causing concern among residents.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Amazon is moving more moving more products than ever, and the company is expanding its physical footprint to keep up with the trends.
The Boston Globe
Chicago warehouses were once built with architectural flair, but today’s industrial structures don’t come close.
A Kentucky town welcomed Amazon’s arrival, but the economic outcomes over the last two decades have been lackluster.
The New York Times
Stores are an integral part of the cityscape. So how will online shopping change what we see in the coming years?
The Boston Globe
The e-commerce behemoth has its hand in everything from warehouse development to renewable energy.
The city of Memphis, Tennessee is in the middle of an understated boom focused on downtown development and adaptive reuse.
While warehousing and ecommerce jobs are steadily increasing in most parts of the country, rural areas are particularly hard hit by the struggles of the retail sector.
Indeed Hiring Lab
Some residents are holding out as warehouse developers scope out their property. Others have already accepted offers well above market value.
A 50-acre complex called Pullman Crossings could bring new jobs numbering in the thousands to the South Side of Chicago.
Lax code enforcement is one of the concerns being raised by the devastating fire that occurred during a rave-style party, Artists had taken up residence in the building, which was not permitted for either general assembly events or residences.
Los Angeles Times
Online shopping and gentrification is fueling a bona fide building boom of warehouse spaces in Chicago.
Crain's Chicago Business
This video from <em>Reuters</em> looks at a new rooftop garden in Brooklyn. Covering 6,000 square feet, the flourishing garden provides fresh produce to local restaurants.