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For our Typecast series, Thomas J. Campanella traces the development of Brooklyn's vast southern plain, a landscape of storybook neo-Tudor row houses thanks to Depression-era builders like Fred Trump.
Twelve students, six proposals, three sites: budding urban designers and architects re-envision New York City public housing.
In the latest installment of our Typecast series, Neil Freeman counts and maps New York's row houses — all 217,000 of them.
In 1979, Trenton established what was thought to be a new housing paradigm. Why has it never been imitated?
What we can learn from New York's humble row house, a form at once dominant and overlooked.
Allison Henry explores seven proposals for the future of the Gowanus Canal.
The Landmark Preservation Commission votes to move forward with the preservation of 30 buildings.