10 Most Walkable Cities in America

Posted on September 24, 2015 by Natalie Morin

When you’re standing in a sweaty, crowded subway with your arms glued to your sides, or when your legs start to cramp from sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic, you probably wish there was a more convenient way to get where…

25 Sep 10:39 AM 0 Read More...

Innovative Ideas Saving the Urban Core

Caption: AeroFarms corporate headquarters and world’s largest indoor vertical farm in Newark, New Jersey. Rendering: AeroFarms

By David Hodes

Organizations change the status quo of city cores.

“I am not in this to build a farm. I am in this to change the world”
That’s David Rosenberg, CEO…

03 Aug 3:35 PM 0 Read More...

The Power of Sports and Entertainment

Caption: The Auburn University Recreation & Wellness Center honors the distinct architectural character of Auburn’s campus while creating a new hub for personal, social and physical well-being.
Photo: Courtesy of HOK © Brad Feinknopf

By Mark Kleszczewski

Developments show no signs of slowing as spending increases.

One of the…

03 May 8:55 PM 0 Read More...

Co-Working Spaces Invigorate Downtowns

By Rachel Duran

Hubs assist the “dots” in connecting with each other.

The re-emergence of America’s downtowns is luring talent to once again work in, live in and play in these sections of town. In the middle of it all are co-working spaces and hubs, where entrepreneurs…

04 Jan 10:15 PM 0 Read More...

Arts Scene Complements the Innovation Economy

Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum of Art

Image: Carnegie Museum of Art

 

By Rachel Duran

Cultural assets attract well educated and creative talent to regions. 

Much has been written about the transformation of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, Pa., since the 1980s when the steel industry left town in droves, leaving…

30 Sep 5:06 PM 0 Read More...