The Intelligentsia Parklet is coming soon to Logan Square
One of Chicago’s most under-appreciated features may be our defining characteristic. Today: what we owe the alley.
In construction terms, a setback means more than discovering an unexpected concrete beam where you wanted to cut a doorway. Today we discuss how they vary and what that means for design and construction projects.
Its hard to believe that 2015 has come to a close already. Here is a rundown of all the great moss projects that wrapped up construction – and started being used for their new purposes – in the last year. Keep reading to check out two new restaurants, a brewery taproom, an optometrist’s office, a…
Moss has been a proponent of BRT over the last few years despite its many setbacks in Chicago and we are excited to see how the first phase – the Loop Link starts to shift the transit landscape as it gets under way. What is Loop Link? Per the city’s own BRT website, Loop Link is:…
Today we use Planing to Stay as a lens for understanding what makes strong neighborhoods.
We’re excited to see progress on the new placemaking project at the Lincoln | Wellington | Southport intersection. What about you?
Sneckdown spotting shows us areas of roadway both small and large that no one is driving on. Asphalt comes at a cost, so we should reclaim that public space. Let us tell you why.
We’re so pleased to introduce our latest project: the updated plaza design and new entrance canopy for the Park Lincoln apartments on Clark Street by Reside.
The Cemetery: spooky, somber and no picnic … spot. Wrong. We explore cemeteries past and present, looking at cities from Paris to Cahokia, and Chicago.
People Spots are tiny parks, right along Chicago’s neighborhood sidewalks. Good for business, good for neighborhoods, good for people! Here’s why:
Anticipating City Made festival this weekend, when Andersenville will turn Clark between Argyle and into an open air market and street party for two days has us wishing that some of our city’s streets could always be a little more integrated. Anyone who’s ever attended a block party or recalls a childhood game of kickball…