The winter thaw always uncovers new or forgotten things, so this week we bring you a special post-thaw roundup featuring vacant lot and home sales in Newark and Long Island, the Department of Environmental Protection's battle with wet wipes, the future of open space in Williamsburg, and essays on black lives and architecture.
The Omnibus Roundup – On Aging, Penn Station Protesting, MetroCard Advertising, Bike Sharing Speedbumps and Velodrama
by Urban Omnibus • August 3rd, 2012
OLD YORK According to a report released this week from the California-based Milken Institute, the New York metro area comes...
When Creative Time's latest exhibition Living As Form opened at the historic Essex Street Market on September 24th, it wasn't without context. Just four months earlier, the Festival of Ideas for the New City brought scores of people to the nearby Bowery to think about urban spaces, generating new notions...
The Omnibus Roundup – Zuccotti POPS, MetroCard Use, Ferry Expectations, CAT Scans for Cities, Ward and MTA Manufacturing
by Urban Omnibus • October 21st, 2011
ZUCCOTTI POPS Jerold S. Kayden has written two opinion pieces about the spatial and legal ramifications of Occupy Wall Street’s...
by Urban Omnibus • October 14th, 2011
NEW YORK'S PUBLIC ARCHITECTURE