When you imagine a world map, what do you see? Most likely, you picture the Mercator Projection, a rendering rooted in the 16th century. While this visual remains the most widely-used and universally view,
Boston University study of meetings in 97 towns might confirm what some already suspected People who oppose building more multifamily housing in the Boston region tend to show up and speak at community
By Dana Hedgpeth Dana Hedgpeth Reporter covering local breaking news Email Bio Follow The toll for a solo driver along the Interstate 66 corridor hit $46.75 during the Wednesday morning rush, a
Perspective If You Build It, They Might Not Come: Animating City Spaces Why do revamped areas remain barren after so much thought and money are put into redesigning them? A case study in Charlotte, North
Including in Back Bay, South Boston, and the South End Boston is probably one of a handful of American cities where $4,000 a month isn’t that much money to rent a place. What does the hefty sum command
Many addresses on the North Side are reflected in vastly different neighborhoods on the South Side. This project pairs residents with their counterparts across town to explore the divisions in their city.
Cars, buses, bikes, feet—interested parties circle Seaport-to-downtown span In 2014, the city completely closed the old Northern Avenue Bridge between the Seaport District and Boston’s downtown waterfront.
Many homeownership trends have remained largely the same since 1960—with a few noteworthy shifts. Updated: August 08, 2018 America is, by and large, a nation of homeowners. Though more than 100 million
A new study documents the huge amount of space taken up by parking, and the astronomical costs it represents, in five U.S. cities. Parking eats up an incredible amount of space and costs America’s cities
By Ian Shapira Ian Shapira Enterprise reporter covering the Washington region and beyond Email Bio Follow They had seen home after home in Bethesda, Md., torn down, replaced by behemoths boasting high