How cities can avoid the pitfalls that come with pursuing retail
Some advocates hailed the milestone ‘disparate impact’ decision, but Houston’s housing authority says the situation is more nuanced
Quality-of-life, he argues, is the most effective economic development tool a place can have.
Program aims to bring public art to areas outside of the city core
Residents often clamor for transit — even though they’re sometimes reluctant to use it
Per capita construction rates show which places are really growing the fastest
The notion that transit riders in large swaths of the city will be left high and dry is demonstrably false, and, of course, the vast majority of riders will see significantly improved service.
Quarter-over-quarter, office space under construction declined 20 percent in Houston.
A message from the director of the Kinder Institute for Urban Research for the month of June.
Mick Cornett to discuss the link between urban planning and public health June 30.
Three Houston-area cyclists have been fatally struck by cars since late May.
Many cities in Texas are growing faster than cities across America, but you will never guess what city is growing the fastest.
New study highlights companies that are moving from suburban office parks into central business districts
New research reveals that the socioeconomics of cities may play a role in determining suicide risk
Based on current growth trends, Houston’s population could exceed that of Chicago by 2030.