While it's no surprise that housing in cities like San Jose and San Francisco is extremely expensive, the contrast between housing prices in different cities is far more drastic than we'd imagined.
Today, nearly half of all residents of US cities live in a middle neighborhood. It's not a place where real estate is hot, where prices skyrocket and cause displacement. Nor is it a place in distress, overwhelmed by vacancy and neglect. But they're also starting to disappear.
Pinellas County, Florida, has the highest cyclist death rate in the Tampa Bay metro area — which has the highest rate of any metro region in the US.
An upstart hospitality group has shifted the epicenter of Paris nightlife a little closer to the Tenth Arrondissement.
The thriving, tight-knit town shrank into a barely populated, bare-bones operation. Underneath that, a sinister crime may have gone down in secret.
Across the world, urban intersections are being slowly transformed from grim, car-oriented hazards to bright and pedestrian-friendly spaces.
An incessant blend of theatrics, glamour and a whole lot of gin made for some of the most jaw dropping nights you could imagine.
Britons who live outside the capital consider it too expensive and crowded for them to live there, a new report finds.
And all around, jaded New Yorkers carry on with their lives, as is this is considered a run-of-the-mill happening.
Even Magic Kingdoms need urban planners.
Most of the subway's problems — delays, track fires, flooding, extreme heat — are out of New Yorkers' hands. But this is something they do have control over.
And these speedy vehicles might actually help cities get with the times.
Typhoon Mangkhut was the most severe typhoon to hit Hong Kong in at least 70 years, and being indoors wasn't necessarily an escape.
Stereotypes about spaces can be stronger than stereotypes about people.
For the longest time, the common explanation was that it had something to do with the city's geology, but economists are arguing that it's about money, not rocks.
It feels like a developer aimed to fit maybe just one more Holiday Inn amongst a row of already cramped budget hotels for a stretch of 225 miles.
In Pontevedra, the usual soundtrack of a Spanish city has been replaced by the tweeting of birds and the chatter of humans
A new study explores the real motivations behind the "evil developer" narrative.
Miami, Shanghai, Osaka and scores of other cities could be mostly underwater in 100 years. What's our plan?
The sport is a total mess, and the league has never made more money.
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