Mark Wallace, CEO of the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy, discusses the major improvements coming to Detroit’s east and west waterfront.
Denver’s new comprehensive housing plan will likely recommend exploring the use of a city-scale land trust as a tool to increase affordable housing stock in the city.
Councilmember Antonio Reynoso is renewing a push to build a 3.5-acre High Line-style park over the sunken BQE in South Williamsburg. The deck park would improve the health and quality of life for residents, who currently have minimal access to green space and experience pollution from the BQE.
The 10-mile linear park will be a transportation solution for many Miami residents—connecting southern neighborhoods to downtown Miami and creating a regional network of trails, as well as an urban oasis and living art destination.
OJB Landscape Architecture recently won the ASLA Design Award of Excellence for Klyde Warren Park, a 5-acre freeway deck park in Dallas, Texas.
The Waller Creek flood control project is channeling stormwater from the creek through an underground tunnel and into Lady Bird Lake.
Community groups throughout the city say land trusts could keep families living affordably in a fast-gentrifying city.
Houston’s City Council agreed to allocate $12.5 million for the next phase of Bayou Greenways 2020. Four bayous will soon get hike and bike trail extensions.
Recently appointed President and CEO of Atlanta BeltLine Inc., Brian McGowan sees his new role as an opportunity to address Atlanta’s major issues, such as economic inequality and mobility.