It is a lot to ask of a city for it to shut down to apocalyptic levels and then reopen for a new dawn. But if one city is resilient, it is NYC, a city that is seeming a surprising uptick in real estate.
Electric cars have sparked a significant advancement in automotive technology in the past 20 years.
Life has changed in more ways than one in the Bay Area due to the Covid pandemic, but what effect will working from home have on the housing market, and just what will the new normal look like in San Francisco when the pandemic is officially over?
Parks, gardens, woodlands and grass areas – people and communities use green spaces in myriad ways. Recent data has shown their social, economic and environmental benefits to society.
Parking reform could re-energise downtowns: Here’s what happened when Buffalo changed its zoning rules
When Buffalo, New York, changed its zoning code so that developers no longer had to provide specified amounts of parking, space was freed up for public transit and people.
International travel restrictions during the Covid-19 pandemic have prompted many travel enthusiasts to explore local and regional tourist destinations. However, communities have been affected very differently by increased numbers of homegrown tourists.
"With news that nearly 50% of New Yorkers have received one vaccine dose and indoor occupancy restrictions are easing, we’re seeing a sizable – and heartening – uptick in activity as more people head back to their offices," says Bert Rosenblatt of Vicus Partners.
The Elite Traveler Data Team analysed more than 15,000 data points in the largest 100 cities in the US.
New research addresses a question that's incredibly difficult to answer and may hold clues to solving the affordable-housing puzzle.
The new US DOT, says urban planner Steven Higashide, understands that street-level changes, repeated at scale, can add up to a country that is greener and more just.