Buildings renovated long ago by Banana Kelly Community Improvement Association are in trouble again.
Oro, a new 40-story condominium tower in downtown Brooklyn, is emblematic of the high-rise development emerging in a borough that used to be much lower than Manhattan.
Cities short on cash can no longer afford to build stadiums. Still, that doesn't mean the teams won't ultimately get help.
Suddenly there's fierce bidding for well-occupied, high-quality office buildings in cities like New York and Washington, DC.
With few exceptions, America’s largest homebuilders are slower than companies in other fields to act on environmental concerns.
In the New York region, transportation costs far outpaced inflation last year. Few modes escaped the trend.
Several towns oppose California's high-speed rail line because 220 mph zipping through their downtowns may cause disruptions.
To fully understand what is going on in our towns and neighborhoods — in the very structure of our cities — one needs to understand economics.
What is an oversized rendition of London's Big Ben doing near the Muslim world's holiest site?
A remarkable project in an ancient section of Aleppo, Syria, offers hope of saving buildings without displacing the poor, says Nicolai Ouroussoff.
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