Tucked between two office buildings at 55 Water Street is a hard-to-find escalator which whisks you up to The Elevated
Hear from architecture, design and urban planning experts in New York and London in a live, cross-Atlantic video seminar at the Center for Architecture.
Rendering of New Stapleton Waterfront on Staten Island On July 25th, we’ll be hosting our next tour in the Behind the
GreaterPlaces and DoTankDC launch a Kickstarter for Cards Against Urbanity, a parody game to teach people about urban planning, spoofing Cards Against Humanity
10 Game-Changing Urban Projects in the U.S. Now: NYC Fourth Regional Plan, Denver FasTracks, D.C. Streetcar
With public awareness for urban planning at an all-time high, we are in the midst of a renaissance of smart design. Here are 10 projects you should care about.
Harlem's 125th Street Metro North Station is about to undergo a $6 million dollar facelift, coinciding with the enormous serge of development going on all around it. Let's take a look at the beautifully renovated interior which was redone in 1999 to keep the integrity of the original station.
Looking at Urban Reviewer, an interactive map by 596 Acres of New York City's master urban renewal plans that goes back to 1953.
Check out these six awesome urban planning proposals that may revolutionize the way our coastal cities deal with extreme weather.
New book reflects on James Polshek, prolific architect of Brooklyn Museum, Seamen's Church Institute, and Rose Center at American Museum of Natural History
Now that the Grand Paris has a government structure written into law, it seems like the once nebulous idea is finally becoming a reality.