Urban Design

Detroit Turns the Lights On
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Detroit Turns the Lights On

The Michigan city added 65,000 new streetlights, making people feel safer to go... More

Toll Teams with Gemdale on Manhattan Tower
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Toll Teams with Gemdale on Manhattan Tower

Building, backed by $237 million five-bank construction loan, will contain 133... More

Urban Townhomes Boast Rooftop Patios
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Urban Townhomes Boast Rooftop Patios

Presales begin at new transit-oriented community in Washington state. More

The 11 Most Beautiful Streets in America
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The 11 Most Beautiful Streets in America

From narrow, picturesque cobblestones to wide, tree-lined boulevards, the streets... More

Underserved Neighborhoods Make Themselves More Resilient
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Underserved Neighborhoods Make Themselves More Resilient

Informal settlements are producing their own resiliency efforts, and cities could... More

How a Seven-Foot-Tall Designer Reimagines Public Space
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How a Seven-Foot-Tall Designer Reimagines Public Space

Wouter Corvers envisions street infrastructure created for people of all shapes... More

Live Among The Flowers in a New L.A. Flower District Project
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Live Among The Flowers in a New L.A. Flower District Project

The $100 million development will include offices, apartments, and restaurants... More

Why Density Metrics Are So Misleading
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Why Density Metrics Are So Misleading

If we think carefully about the flaws in measuring how dense a place is, we can... More

8 Experts Predict How Self-Driving Cars Will Transform Cities
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8 Experts Predict How Self-Driving Cars Will Transform Cities

Experts weigh in on how the built world will change. More

The New American Suburb is Diverse, Dense, and Booming
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The New American Suburb is Diverse, Dense, and Booming

A new report forecasts a coming growth spurt that will reshape suburban living. More

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