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Midcentury house with pool and remodeled Airstream asks $1.5M
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Midcentury house with pool and remodeled Airstream asks $1.5M

Located in New Milford, Connecticut, about two hours northwest of Manhattan, this midcentury listing offers a whole lot of amenities for its $1,450...

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Can better parks fight climate change?
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Can better parks fight climate change?

Weeks of climate strikes and summits have shown a global appetite for more action to combat climate change. Now landscape architects believe that...

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Not in my bat’s yard
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Not in my bat’s yard

By turning community spaces into habitats for a protected species, bat boxes throw a wrench into the development process Down a narrow walkway...

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How Tulsa is persuading digital nomads to settle down
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How Tulsa is persuading digital nomads to settle down

The new Tulsa Remote program is an “ influencer program for urban relocation,“ a program that welcomes remote workers and travelers with open arms,...

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How cycling advocate Yashar Vasef gets around Portland
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How cycling advocate Yashar Vasef gets around Portland

Portland’s Tilikum Bridge is designed for people on foot, bike, or light-rail train—no cars allowed. | Shutterstock Using a $99 pass, he can access...

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Distracted by a building, the Kelsey Keith story
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Distracted by a building, the Kelsey Keith story

Wandering the streets of Dallas. | Courtesy of Kelsey Keith Ogle architectural wonders around the world with me Welcome! I’ve recently returned...

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Architectural criticism has a problem but it’s not press trips
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Architectural criticism has a problem but it’s not press trips

The issue is who grants-and gets-access Chicago's architecture biennial opens today, welcoming a half-million festival-goers to the city. One would...

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New Charlotte building graced with massive 4K LED display
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New Charlotte building graced with massive 4K LED display

Think your big screen TV is big? Think again. At Legacy Union, a new mixed-use development in Charlotte, North Carolina, a massive 4K LED display...

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16 easy, affordable ways to upgrade your rental
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16 easy, affordable ways to upgrade your rental

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What Burning Man says about cities today
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What Burning Man says about cities today

What says American urban planning better than dismantling something and starting all over again? A blank slate has long tantalized city builders...

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Where to rent an RV for an epic road trip
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Where to rent an RV for an epic road trip

Whether you love vintage Airstreams or burly camper vans, traveling in a camper is a joy that can be hard to replicate. But not everyone can afford...

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The best Labor Day mattress deals to shop now
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The best Labor Day mattress deals to shop now

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The remaking of Restoration Hardware
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The remaking of Restoration Hardware

It's very on-brand for Restoration Hardware-the luxe furniture brand known for eccentric oddities, neutral-tone couches, and 17-pound mail-order...

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WeWork may fail. Coworking won’t
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WeWork may fail. Coworking won’t

Read any of the many critical takes on WeWork's imminent IPO, and the company's recently released financial statements, and it'll quickly become...

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Rem Koolhaas is the real diva
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Rem Koolhaas is the real diva

In the final installment of our summer series, Curbed’s architecture critic re-reads all 1,344 pages of the Dutch architect’s “S,M,L,XL” S,M,L,XL...

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Peek inside Wayfair’s first permanent brick-and-mortar store
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Peek inside Wayfair’s first permanent brick-and-mortar store

Wayfair has become a go-to resource for home shopping, and it's a distinctly online experience. But like a number of online home brands, the Boston...

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HUD proposes rule that would make housing discrimination lawsuits ‘impossible’
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HUD proposes rule that would make housing discrimination lawsuits ‘impossible’

It's the latest in a string of attempts by Ben Carson and HUD to undermine Obama-era fair housing regulations Today, the Department of Housing and...

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Renovated vintage Airstream is like a chic apartment on wheels
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Renovated vintage Airstream is like a chic apartment on wheels

Here at Curbed we never tire of looking at Airstreams new and old. Whether it's a brand new travel trailer or a renovated vintage gem, there's...

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Airbnb bets big on business travelers
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Airbnb bets big on business travelers

As it inches towards a highly anticipated IPO now expected in 2020, Airbnb has increasingly shown an appetite for cornering the lucrative business...

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Will trade tensions scare away foreign real estate buyers?
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Will trade tensions scare away foreign real estate buyers?

Despite tumult elsewhere, and a sharp drop in foreign purchases of U.S. real estate, Miami retains a steady appeal for foreign buyers. Foreign...

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Trump claims Baltimore is ‘disgusting.’ Here’s a look at his urban policy proposals
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Trump claims Baltimore is ‘disgusting.’ Here’s a look at his urban policy proposals

Amid the many responses and reactions to President Trump's tweets over the weekend disparaging Baltimore and Rep. Elijah Cummings, a consistent...

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The ultimate guide to Googie
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The ultimate guide to Googie

Los Angeles is known for its eclectic architecture, from Italianate mansions to Art Deco skyscrapers and humble ranch houses. But in the 1950s, it...

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The utopian ‘feminist apartment hotels’ of Charlotte Perkins Gilman
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The utopian ‘feminist apartment hotels’ of Charlotte Perkins Gilman

They were considered to be "the most dangerous enemy American domesticity has yet had to encounter" What does a home for the modern woman look like...

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For $2,500 a month, you can gain access to 60,000 luxury homes around the world
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For $2,500 a month, you can gain access to 60,000 luxury homes around the world

For the price of a decent one-bedroom apartment in a major U. S. city, you could hop around the world from one luxury property to another. A new...

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Remembering César Pelli, architect of iconic skyscrapers worldwide
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Remembering César Pelli, architect of iconic skyscrapers worldwide

Pelli’s Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004. | Shutterstock “I want to capture the...

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Obsessed with utopias? Read the books that inspired ‘Nice Try!’
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Obsessed with utopias? Read the books that inspired ‘Nice Try!’

29 titles that informed Curbed’s podcast on creating utopia The first season of Nice Try! explores past attempts at creating utopias. With host...

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‘Stranger Things’’ Starcourt Mall is actually a real dead mall
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‘Stranger Things’’ Starcourt Mall is actually a real dead mall

Ah, the shopping mall: It's a dying beacon of '80s consumerism, the inspiration for legions of ruin photography and films, and now, improbably, the...

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Now you can rent outdoor gear with your campsite
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Now you can rent outdoor gear with your campsite

More people are camping than ever before, fueled by millennial families and the desire to get outside and explore the great outdoors. But camping...

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How a women-led real estate team is building a better condo in Toronto
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How a women-led real estate team is building a better condo in Toronto

When she saw an article in Toronto Life magazine last year titled "The Kings of Toronto Real Estate," Taya Cook, director of development at Urban...

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Phil Freelon, architect of National Museum of African-American History and Culture, dies
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Phil Freelon, architect of National Museum of African-American History and Culture, dies

Phil Freelon, one of the most influential black architects of his generation and part of the team that designed the National Museum of African...

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