Tim Logan writes about the economy and urban development for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He has also worked for newspapers in New York and Indiana, earned a masters degree in urban affairs from St. Louis University, and won national journalism awards, including a Loeb Award for Business Journalism in 2011. He lives with his wife and young son in a brick four-family in south St. Louis that was vacant and abandoned not so long ago.
A Suburban Developer Tries City-Making on Urban Renewal’s Graveyard
Changing the World of Public Financing With Chicago’s Infrastructure Trust
- Learn how the nation's third-largest city got stuck with a 20th-century foundation for a 21st-century economy.
- Read about the $380 billion worth of infrastructure projects on the table for Chicago over the next three decades.
- Find out why observers around the country have their eyes on the Chicago Infrastructure Trust.
The Struggle to Keep Houses Standing in The Ville
- Learn how St. Louis is confronting threats such as endemic brick theft and a population in decline.
- Explore strategies for preserving architecture in communities with few resources.
- Get to know the neighborhood that Chuck Berry called home.