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Inside Philadelphia's famed Eastern State Penitentiary

Bullet of Abandoned Florida provides us with a rare look inside one of the country's most well known 19th century prisons: Philadelphia's Eastern State Penitentiary

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Discovering the Atlanta you probably didn't know

Atlanta is known for a lot of things but being a historically pedestrian scale city is not one of them. However, an explosion in growth since 1950, that has lead to the metropolis sprawling across much of Georgia, can give off a quite deceiving impression.

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Charlotte: An emerging walkable modern-day megalopolis

Remember when Jacksonville used to have a larger downtown than Charlotte? The consolidation of the banking industry over the last two decades has pushed Uptown Charlotte into a different stratosphere. Here's a look at a booming Sunbelt urban environment.

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Discovering the downtown Tampa you didn't know

Jacksonville isn't the only city to lose a significant part of its historic building stock. Here's a look at Tampa's urban core during the 20th century!

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Miami Worldcenter: 2nd largest US urban project begins

Moderncities.com shares an impressive set of renderings and provides an update on Florida's largest, and the country's second-largest, urban infill project: Miami Worldcenter.

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New York Pioneers Asphalt Art

In this Moderncities.com article, the NYDOT Art leads the way in demonstrating successful asphalt activation strategies using public art.

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Detroit: The Motor City's Rebirth in Images

Detroit is a place on the move. Largely overlooked by negative media coverage , the reactivation of a great American city's urban core is well underway. Ultimately, words can't describe the turnaround underway in the city's core. Here's a narrative tour photographic look at the Motor City's rebirth by...

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Miami's Extraordinary Wynwood Arts District

If you've ever been to CoRK Arts District, the idea was inspired in part by Wynwood Arts District Association and the Wynwood Walls. Courtesy of Moderncities.com, check out this unique destination in Miami featuring over 70 art galleries and the worlds largest outdoor public art installation.

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These Are The Newest Food Halls You Need To Visit

Food halls have enjoyed a popular resurgence in popular food culture. While places like Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market, Seattle's Pikes Place Market and San Francisco's Ferry Building have long been the flag bearers for US food halls, new players are redefining the category. Courtesy of Mike...

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