New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman recently returned from Mexico where he worked on a year-long project about global cities and climate change. He returns to our show to discuss resilient design in New York City, including Bjarke Ingels's "Big U" project which will add parkland along the East River. He'll also talk about new buildings, landmarks, the work of architect Santiago Calatrava and the peak in luxurious apartment sales.
Want to hear more about gentrification and affordable housing? Check out "There Goes the Neighborhood," a series produced by WNYC Studios and The Nation.