Boston housing sites land $11M from HUD – Boston Business Journal:

Two affordable-housing projects in Dorchester and West Roxbury will receive a total of $11.3 million in federal funding.

[SOURCE:  Boston Business Journal – Boston housing sites land $11M from HUD ]

Despite Dongtan The Eco-city Dream Is Still Alive In China – BizChinaUpdate

BizChina-Update.com reports Despite the doom of Dongtan, however, the eco-city notion is still alive in China…..”

[SOURCE: BizChinaUpdate – China Business News - Despite Dongtan The Eco-city Dream Is Still Alive In China]

5 designs vie for New Bedford fishermen’s memorial – SouthCoastToday.com

SouthCoastToday.com reports “From more than a dozen designs submitted for the proposed fishermen’s memorial at Fort Taber, the Fishermen’s Tribute Fund committee has narrowed the list to five finalists.

The remaining artists have a deadline of Feb. 17 to complete a maquette, or miniature, from which the winner will be selected.”

[SOURCE: SouthCoastToday.com: 5 designs vie for New Bedford fishermen's memorial]

Reinventing urban wheels – Haaretz – Israel News

Ariel Rubinsky of HAARETZ.com reports on the state of urban transport in Israel.

“Not everyone can leap out of bed at 5 A.M. to take a bicycle ride or have an early morning run. The same is true of the gym. On the face of it, urban residents have a readily available alternative: To increase their physical activity in their daily schedules, by, for example, doing errands on foot or walking, biking or rollerblading to work. It’s healthy, environmentally friendly, and circumvents the traffic jams. The problem lies in the current state of urban infrastructure. Cyclists and rollerbladers are constantly endangering their lives, being forced to maneuver between cars. As for pedestrians, they have to share the sidewalk with garbage bins and parked cars, inhaling exhaust fumes all the while.”

[SOURCE: Haaretz - Israel News Reinventing urban wheels]

Abu Dhabi approves public park plans – Construction Week Online

Construction Week Online  reports “The parks will be located in residential areas and will create more than 60,000 square metres of public space, the municipality said.”

Construction of the parks is set to start in September 2009

[SOURCE: Design News from Construction Week Online – ‘Abu Dhabi approves public park plans’ ]

1 ... 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 ... 736
RSS FEED EMAIL SUBSCRIPTION Follow Us on Twitter Join Our LinkedIN Group Become a Fan on Facebook Circle us on google+

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

MAGAZINE SPECIAL EDITIONS