Development

 

Development

  • Green Horizons for Savvy Cities

    Simple steps create an effective green building program.

     
  • Taking the Lead In Government Relationships

    Lucia Athens, former manager of the City of Seattle Green Building Program, explains how architects and designers can foster relationships with their local governments to promote sustainable building.

     
  • Scaling Up

    Two industry leaders examine the barriers to district-wide sustainability and how eco-districts are creating developments where the grass--and homes, buildings, and infrastructure--are greener.

     
  • Hold This Site

    Stalled city construction sites are coming back to life, thanks to interventions led by designers, developers, and public agencies.

     
  • National Trust Announces 2010 List of Endangered Historic Places

    The National Trust for Historic Preservation has announced its 2010 list of the nation's 11 most-endangered historic places.

     
  • City on the Strip

    With CityCenter, its new megaproject featuring buildings by Norman Foster, Helmut Jahn, and other marquee names, MGM Mirage proposes a Las Vegas that's more urban, less ersatz.

     
  • Everything Must Go: Brian Ulrich's Photographs of Dark Stores and Dead Malls

    Chicago photographer Brian Ulrich has traveled the country documenting the fallout of the recession: scores of dead and dying retail establishments.

     
  • GIS and Data-Enriched Design

    Long a favorite tool of planners, GIS technology holds exciting possibilities for architects, as well.

     
  • Washington, D.C.

    Although the nation’s capital bought into the “Yes, we can!” mentality, economic pressures have largely stifled private development in Washington, D.C.

     
  • Futures of the Past: Where Is Historic Preservation Headed?

    The National Trust for Historic Preservation is losing longtime president Richard Moe. How has the movement changed under his tenure, and what are its possible futures?

     
 
 
 

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