There was a time when the Fort Worth Zoo bought up every billboard on Interstate 35 outside the Dallas Zoo to let people know if they wanted to visit a great zoo, they needed to drive to Fort Worth.
It’s been relatively quiet on the QueensWay front for a few years now, but plans to bring a High Line-style park to the abandoned Rockaway Beach Rail Line, stretching from Rego Park to Ozone Park, is gaining momentum again.
South Chicago business leaders are seeking your ideas on how to beautify and activate a barren, unused spot underneath the Chicago Skyway.
Thousands of tourists migrate to Seattle’s waterfront each year to experience the ferry rides, kitschy stores and sweeping views of Elliott Bay.
Ambitious plans to transform the top of a Leeds Victorian viaduct into a park – based on elevated public space in Manhattan – are set to be approved.
Paddle a canoe down Buffalo Bayou, and you’ll encounter turtles sunning on logs and egrets hunting for minnows, but also sycamore and oak trees dipping low from banks covered in bags of concrete, heaps of rubble, and vegetation.
The South Korean capital is not famed for its aesthetics. Built up quickly during the country’s astonishingly fast industrialization, it’s often been derided with the saying: There’s no soul in Seoul.