December 30, 2003, 2pm PST
The removal of Boston's last half-mile of elevated subway tracks will mark the end of an era, and the beginning of short-term development pains.
December 27, 2003, 9am PST
Prediction of 100,000 new jobs in the industry spurs competition to be the next 'Silicon Valley.'
The Christian Science Monitor
December 22, 2003, 12pm PST
Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts encourages transit-oriented development, discourages sprawl.
December 21, 2003, 7am PST
Historic preservationists, strip clubs owners and the Boston Zoning Commission come together to put the reins on the Boston Redevelopment Authority.
December 20, 2003, 1pm PST
Some have raised safety concerns over steep driving conditions for the Big Dig.
December 19, 2003, 9am PST
The last big highway section opens, but concerns on costs dampen party.
The Christian Science Monitor
December 19, 2003, 5am PST
Now that the Big Dig tunnel is complete, Boston launches a new effort in reshaping its urban landscape.
December 18, 2003, 8am PST
Streets that were 'chopped up and obscured' by the Central Artery long ago will be reconnected to revive street life in Boston.
December 15, 2003, 6am PST
Regardless of the outcome of the recent public housing discrimination trial, the Baltimore Sun reports that the case has provided a 'fascinating' look at the early development of inner-city Baltimore.
December 3, 2003, 5am PST
Boston will soon house its Institute of Contemporary Art in a new facility that maximizes light along the waterfront and even cantilevers over a public walkway.
December 2, 2003, 7am PST
Is 'green architecture' a new trend, or just environmental hype?
November 26, 2003, 2pm PST
An examination of three-decker, or triple-decker housing, which is common in urban neighborhoods throughout New England.
Neighborhood News Network
November 24, 2003, 8am PST
The state of Massachusetts sets new goals and shifts focus on its approach to dealing with and solving homelessness.
November 13, 2003, 12pm PST
A statewide housing task force recommends paying towns to 'approve new residences near transit stops, in towns centers and abandoned industrial areas.'
November 13, 2003, 8am PST
A report by the largest conservation organization in New England ties 'mansionization' to the loss of open spaces in Massachusetts.
November 13, 2003, 5am PST
In efforts to create 'a more rational planning framework', the state of Massachusetts will apply new standards to all major transportation projects before the projects can secure funding.
November 10, 2003, 11am PST
Harvard University is one of many educational institutions that Boston city officials have asked to create housing for students and employees.
November 5, 2003, 6am PST
Boston is experimenting with new money-saving and, for some, convenient parking meter systems.
October 29, 2003, 8am PST
Boston suburbanites, who are fed up with their car-based existence, are part of a larger trend of suburbanites rethinking their environment.
October 26, 2003, 9am PST
A veteran developer in Boston is planning to sell a large and strategically located site, which could speed up development in a key part of the city.