Conventional suburbs are overbuilt and out of favor. In cities and suburbs alike, walkable neighborhoods linked by train are the future. Here’s how a new network of privately funded rail lines can make that future come to pass more quickly and cheaply—and help reinvigorate housing and the economy.
The subprime crisis is just the tip of the iceberg. Fundamental changes in American life may turn today’s McMansions into tomorrow’s tenements.
The city is experiencing rapid growth and big problems ,and—ever the trendsetter—dealing with both in ways that every urban area in the country can learn from
The rapid growth of office space in suburbs is creating “urban villages,” which are confronting local governments with new kinds of urban-planning problems