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January 11, 2016
Robert Z. Chew, Editor
If there was any doubt about hipsters and the “culture class” sparking urban success that doubt melts fast when you consider Pittsburgh.
Yes, if you didn’t know it already, Pittsburgh is hip. Very hip.
The city has traded its “Iron City” soot for the sparkle that urba...
February 10, 2015
Robert Chew, Editor
Santa Monica's old bus and rail yard, Bergamont Station, site of art galleries and cafes will be transformed in the next three years with $92 million plan. Above is the proposed new look, while below is how it looks today during a typical event.
By Bob Chew
September 4, 2014
New York's High Line Park sets the pace for urban walking amenities. Other cities are trying to duplicate its success.
The best solutions are often the simplest. When it comes to fixing our traffic- congested cities the simplest and most cos...
Cap Parks Getting Ready For Close Up
September 27, 2016
Pittsburgh’s Culture Class
Turns Rust into Gold
New Honolulu HART Rail Keeps Beating,
Creates 21 Mini-Communities In Process
November 24, 2015
Making The Right Urban Design Decisions For Santa Monica’s Bergamont Station
Secret Weapon For Our Cities: Walking
Detroit’s 'Zombie Land' Finds Hope In Heidelberg Art Project
April 6, 2014
Cleveland's Tremont Section Hottest Spot In Town
April 5, 2014