Reimagining Seattle by John Wesley Sargent I am proudly a native Texan turned New Yorker (2011-1018) who moved to Seattle in the summer of 2018. What right do I have to reimagine this city? There are architects, engineers, city planners, designers, politicians, business leaders, activists, and community organizers with far more time, energy, and capital
Ex-BOJ deputy says capital is ‘complementary’ with Seoul, Hong Kong and Singapore
Environmental advocates told the City Council this week the latest draft of the Green Worcester Plan doesn’t go far enough.
Four-part closed virtual boardroom series will investigate the future of new cities and advanced districts
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/PRNewswire/ — The United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) and the American Beverage Foundation for a Healthy America (ABFHA) announced today $745,000 in…
Dr. Sunita Narain, Padma Awardee, will be speaking on ‘Gandhi and Cities’ in IIT Madras Webinar on Republic Day.
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Architectural historian Emma Gilleece writes about the plans to reimagine one of Dublin’s most contentious buildings, and the future of co-living in Ireland’s urban centres.
It’s the first time a major city has attempted to put doughnut theory into action on a local level