How Can Florence, Italy Retain its Authenticity in the Midst of Globalization & Tourism?
by Michele Katora
Firenze. Florence. The birth of the Renaissance, home of de' Medici, Michelangelo, Donatello, Dante, Brunelleschi, and countless others who remain utterly timeless. Yet here we are centuries later...
Development Impact in NYC: The Role of Privately-Owned Public Space
by Alyssa Curran
The world we see around us is the result of many years, decisions, and dollars that have shaped our built and natural environments. Particularly in cities, where density is at the forefront, devel...
Portland, Oregon's Green Loop Set to Transform Transportation in the Central City
by Kevin Gooley
Over the next twenty years, estimates are showing that Portland, Oregon could grow by approximately 42%, meaning about 260,000 new residents in an already populous city. Much of this new growth i...