Throughout the mid-20th century, city planners' "grand visions" in fact destroyed thriving black communities, harming economic prosperity and social cohesion.
America's high-speed rail future may be achieved not by government planning, but private investment.
The American West still offers the best mixture of urbanization and stunning geography.
Unlike a lot of U.S. metros, different cities across greater Miami are building densely along the waterfront.
Miami has inequality. But that is an innate feature of the local demographics - and may even be helping the city.
Miami’s construction of a vertical luxury neighborhood has kept wealthy professionals out of surrounding low-income areas.
Two young developers have fought the regulations holding back a great American neighborhood.
Brickell embodies a market-oriented model that has long been proposed for cities by fiscal conservatives yet seldom tried.