Like many old cities, Savannah, Georgia stakes a lot on its history. In fact the National Park Service calls Savannah’s downtown one of the largest urban Historic Landmark Districts in the country — a big draw for tourists and residents alike.…
Designers, architects and the president of IKEA U.S. weigh in.
A proposal to charge tourists for entrance to historic churches has been met with resistance from the Conference of French Bishops.
The evolution of the Strip's architecture reflects how U.S. leisure trends have changed in the last several decades.
After more than three decades at architectural firms, Clark Yerrington decided it was time to go it alone.
The Big Book
Judith Dupré takes us through the 1,776-foot-tall skyscraper and looks back at the dozen years it took to plan and develop it.
Before he was a presidential candidate, he was a developer who changed skylines.
Author Geoff Manaugh on his new book "A Burglar's Guide to the City."