At Least One Airport Terminal Is Worth Preserving—and Staying at Overnight
This New York City jet-age landmark has been saved with a creative hotel renovation.
Classical Architecture Makes Vibrant Streets—Not Nostalgic Disneylands
In Boston and beyond, well-designed neighborhoods help residents feel at home.
When a World’s Fair Legacy Becomes Texas-Size Challenge
Fair Park was once a unique and thriving part of Dallas. Can New Urbanist ideas save it?
A Lost Monument to Industry—and Traditional Urbanism
The Singer Building was an early skyscraper that respected the skyline.
What Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market Teaches Us About Urban Planning
Cities need to be open social spaces, more ecosystems than cold machines.
A Suburban Mall Dies in a New Deal Paradise
Greenbelt, Maryland's Beltway Plaza Mall inches toward death, but suburban retrofit is not an unalloyed good.
A NYC Tenement Legacy Persists, Despite Gentrification
Photographer Jacob Riis charted the perils of industrial urbanism, still seen in this corner of the Lower East Side.