Are these ideas you see becoming part of our urban future?
Stockholm plans walkways connecting high-rise rooftops
China can smartly build 10 New York cities in 10 years
The audacious plan to turn a sprawling DC suburb Into a Big City
One freight crate, two acres of urban farming
A "night mayor" Is transforming Amsterdam after dark
Transportation Secretary says Elon Musk's hyperloop could be the next "moonshot"
How will the cities of the future be lit?
Animated map shows the time it took to travel the world 100 years ago
Singapore's elevated park will stretch the length of the entire island
Gentrification X: how an academic argument became the people's protest
The Bacon-Wrapped Economy
Tech has brought very young, very rich people to the Bay Area like never before. And the changes to our cultural and economic landscape aren't necessarily for the better.
What to Do With a Dying Neighborhood
Covington, Georgia, decided not to let a half-completed development sit empty. But the city's solution has been both praised and vilified by observers.
Could Dense Development Make the Housing Crisis Worse?
In “Building Cities For People,” author Joel Kotkin, a former San Franciscan turned urban studies fellow at Chapman, argues that increasing building density actually makes the housing crisis worse, and also makes San Francisco less likely to attract and retain anyone except the super-rich.
The Super Bowl and a Broken San Francisco The championship game descends on a city failing to deal with questions of affordability and inclusion.