WCI Communities Eyes 522-Home Project in Florida
The application for the project will for before the Parkland City Commission on...
These Cities May Design Their Way Out of Affordability's Vicious Circle
“Missing middle” architecture could ease rents—and allow more Americans to build...
Bakken Forth: North Dakota Copes With Oil Price Crisis
Despite oil prices continuing to plummet, cities in North Dakota are taking a bit...
Elevated Train Design Could Solve Boston's Winter Transit Hell
When the cold air blows in and the snow falls, Boston's mass transit system...
'Second-Tier' Cities on the Rise
In coming years, urban centers like San Francisco, New York and Paris will take a...
Urban Rescue: The Critical Role of Unlikely Institutions
CityLab editor-at-large Richard Florida and Gabriel Metcalf, executive director of...
City-by-City, Parking by the Numbers
CityLab's Eric Jaffe shares an interactive map that reveals all the U.S. cities...
Local Rules Tilt Toward Anti-Equality
The Atlantic senior associate editor Gillian B. White reports on why some economists believe such laws are bad for many residents.
Landon Homes Frisco Project Progresses
Home developer John Landon is looking to build retail shops and homes on a 171-acre development in Frisco, Texas. Check out what he plans to include.