Charleston wants to emulate Manhattan’s selfie-ready linear park but avoid the displacement it wrought. Is that possible?
Even the lattes Beth White orders are green.
The massively ambitious redevelopment framework for a large, North Side parcel of land was finalized on Monday evening.
The father of the BeltLine and Atlanta’s planning commissioner are designing with five core values in mind.
About 11 months since construction launched on the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail extension, the long-awaited civic amenity and alternate travel route is clearly coming down the home stretch.
Out on the North Shore of Staten Island, an abandoned train line is slowly rotting away.
With help from an unlikely trio, an abandoned rail car that sits forlornly on North Broad is set to become the official welcome center for the Rail Park.
When the High Line Canal Conservancy set out to create an updated plan for the 71-mile National Landmark Trail, the nonprofit was tasked with managing a unique and broad set of dilemmas.
The Army Corps of Engineers signed off on the permit last Wednesday and Harris County Flood Control officials received approval of the individual permit for the project on Monday.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration announced on Tuesday that his soon-to-be-unveiled executive budget will include $100 million to “significantly narrow” the “largest gap in the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway.”