by Samuel Stein • February 13th, 2013
Samuel Stein argues against Major League Soccer's proposed stadium in Queens and asks "who exactly will benefit from yet another stadium in the park"?
The Omnibus Roundup – Hudson Yards, LaGuardia Access, Hudson Square, Waste-to-Energy, Obscura Society, and Wired for Change
by Urban Omnibus • October 12th, 2012
HUDSON YARDS PREVIEW The Hudson Yards redevelopment, with its $6 billion price tag and 12 million square feet of new...
The Omnibus Roundup – Towers-in-the-Park, Convention Centers in Queens, Tidal Turbines in the River, Presidential Omissions and Lots of Things To Do
by Urban Omnibus • January 27th, 2012
“ARCHITECTURE IS NEVER DESTINY” A viewing of the The Pruitt-Igoe Myth, a documentary by Chad Freidrichs, prompted Michael Kimmelman, architecture critic...
by Matthew Storrie • July 7th, 2010
Matthew Storrie recaps the first of the Architectural League's "Conversations on New York" with Alexander Garvin. Check it out and then join the League THIS THURSDAY for a rare chance to hear Dan Doctoroff and Paul Goldberger discuss the past decade of development and the challenges facing the city looking forward from 2010.
by Urban Omnibus • June 15th, 2010
Many urbanists have characterized the years leading up to the current financial crisis as a return of the big vision...
by Urban Omnibus • April 30th, 2010
Union Square is the latest stretch of Broadway that might soon become another one of Bloomberg’s “signature open-air concrete parks,” pedestrianized and plaza-ified...
by Urban Omnibus • November 6th, 2009
So, Mayor Bloomberg will be mayor for a third term. What will this mean for the architecture, planning and urban...