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We break down the numbers on the new Detroit Red Wings arena.
An introductory excerpt from this week’s Forefront.
Last week California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a “redevelopment cleanup bill.”
A new TRA could bring in $50 million in improvements over the next 25 years.
Obama’s 2015 budget proposal would expand the program that seeks to aid the working poor.
The EU’s ruling body wants greater transparency around data-driven, tech-enabled city building.
Another city gradually changes its outlook on weed.
New data from the Urban Institute explores the dearth of affordable rental housing for low-income Americans.
We will recap each installment in the eight-part docuseries on Chicago.
The creator of Judgmental Maps talks about why calling a neighborhood something like “where your barista lives” speaks to a…
Older, white residents oppose development in the wealthy city near Los Angeles, but the Hispanic support is through the roof.
Just in time for the Oscars, we list a dozen movies with important lessons about the built environment.
Plus, one of Japan’s largest private railways builds the country’s tallest skyscraper.
Scott Kratz is looking for $35 million to turn an old highway bridge into a linear park.
Mayor Michael Nutter announced the sale terms for Philadelphia Gas Works, a city-owned utility.
Up to 60 gigawatts of coal-fired electrical generation capacity will be retired between 2012 and 2016.
Government officials and academics in the Hub have teamed up to build better city tech.
The New York-based group of independent workers hopes to point people toward a better way of living.
The space is meant to spread connectivity east of Troost Avenue.
The goal is to “give mobile devices a human-scale understanding of space and motion.”