The fate of the former American Folk Art Museum has our columnist thinking about Marshall Berman and Goethe.
Author: Karrie Jacobs
Embracing the city by transforming industrial blight into urban amenity
An event featuring New York’s new mayor has our columnist pining, unexpectedly, for the old one.
Our columnist rides the rails in a city known more for sprawl than transit.
New York City’s bike-share program adds an undeniable dose of civility to the neighborhoods where it’s available.
The government collects our texts and emails. Our columnist wonders why we’re so surprised.
In the wake of devastating hurricanes and superstorms, a strange new kind of house is emerging.
The ad man had some visionary ideas about workplace design - 20 years too early.
A Brooklyn developer asks for more height in exchange for a livelier public realm. A good deal?
The newest trend in urban development? Micro units.
A new e-book by futurist Alex Steffen argues that cities are the key to environmental salvation.
New York City’s densely populated waterfronts may need a rethink in the future.
A longtime opponent of Atlantic Yards visits the new Barclays Center and comes away grudgingly impressed.