by Emily Schmidt • May 18 2016
Twelve students, six proposals, three sites: budding urban designers and architects re-envision New York City public housing.
by Timon McPhearson and David Seiter • May 18 2016
Landscape architect David Seiter explains to ecologist Timon McPhearson why he loves weeds — and why you should too.
by Urban Omnibus • May 11 2016
In the latest installment of our Profiles in Public Service series, Nisha Agarwal, commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs, talks to Urban Omnibus about fraud in the housing market and confidence in librarians.
by Urban Omnibus • Mar 31 2016
Craig Dykers and Elaine Molinar of the Norwegian-American firm Snøhetta discuss their work at the League's April "Current Work" lecture.
by McLain Clutter • Mar 24 2016
How Mayor John Lindsay turned the city into a set, and a set piece.
by Urban Omnibus • Mar 17 2016
In which UO debuts a new newsletter
by Jonathan English • Mar 16 2016
Rail yards aren't just future development sites — they can be adapted for transit benefits too
by Mariel Villeré, Freshkills Park • Mar 9 2016
In this installment of "Capturing Change," five photographers roamed a wintry Freshkills Park, finding company in ducks and deer
by Henry Grabar • Mar 3 2016
How a Protestant denomination went from Brooklyn to Seoul — and back to Brooklyn again
by Urban Omnibus • Mar 1 2016
An exhibition of Charles Giraudet's photographs of Goldwater Hospital will open on March 11th, with a conversation between Giraudet and photographer Christopher Payne.