There’s always one… a forward thinking public event about our cities’ future is hijacked by a man gasping to remain relevant in a changing world
Tomorrow’s urban core will feature smaller, flexible space that appeals to the local small business instead of the national chain
With the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement, the infrastructure and history of American cities are rightfully being questioned more than ever. Can we still get excited about their future?
The draw of cities and their visual power is in their Layers of Urbanity, a sort of “kid in a candy store” effect that inspires us to see limitless possibilities
It’s not just important to experience amazing spaces, it’s important that we be keenly aware of why they relax us, inspire us and keep us coming back for more
There’s a new “mixed use” idea for Rochester’s most talked about plot of land. What should we look out for as these plans unfold?
A photo tour of Chicago’s remarkable park system, riverwalk and more
We have become compartmentalized, one-dimensional humans. Cities offer us the chance to break the cycle.
A right-sized city with the perfect blend of historical context, modern wonders and vision for a bright future
Downtown Utica has a lot of parking lots. Here’s something it doesn’t have a lot of…
The High Line in NYC is one of the greatest examples of spatial repurposing
Parks and public spaces aren’t always an easy sell, unless we look at them the same way we view other “destinations”
When we prioritize entertainment complexes over livability, we send a clear and unfortunate message to our citizens