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Rose Green Cities plans to renovate a 223-unit building to make it more environmentally sustainable.
Forest City Ratner is losing hundreds of millions on the residential/commercial/stadium mega-project, calling into question how much infrastructure and affordable…
In an effort to attract top-notch talent, the tech giant has poured $1.16 billion into the South Lake Union neighborhood,…
An investigation from the Chicago Tribune explores the city’s bond debts.
Fixing the city’s bus stands isn’t a solution to the Google Bus debate, but it’s a start.
This month’s jobs report continues the trend of modest growth, but long-term unemployment remains a concern.
Hints of an emphasis on “user fees” in the latest congressional budget talks raise hopes that the gas tax might…
The group Peers.org is claiming victory in a fight in Venice, Calif. over Airbnb. Its tactics look awfully familiar.
Three-quarters of Americans in a new Pew survey say that it’s important to them that the public library serve as…
The social entrepreneur and insurance executive explains what “new mutualism” will mean for the 21st-century economy.
Inside the unbelievable story of the spiritual spaces that are driving down crime in the Midwest.
A new study looks for patterns in the way urban areas grow and suggests that cities have a “memory.”
A recent expressway demolition in Rio shows how burying traffic can hide one problem even as it solves another.
Unlike roads and bridges, decaying water infrastructure is underground and out of sight. But as cities like Detroit have found…
The city meets to work out the rules of its new top-level domain, .nyc.
A new Knight Foundation report does its best to map the money being spent on the growing field.
Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg are, via their foundations, among the new investors in a non-profit startup called EducationSuperHighway.
OpenStreetMap and tools like Wheelmap are making it possibility to know exactly how the world looks to someone with a…
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