While we all see the same sky, some see it differently, depending on where they live. Today's graphic ranks world cities by annual hours of sunshine.
Cities are heavy hitters in the global economy. Where will the top 10 cities be in 2035—based on GDP, population, and annual growth?
Economies create distinct spatial patterns. This week's chart visualizes the relationships businesses and industry imprint on the urban environment.
Today’s stunning map ranks the world’s most powerful megaregions — together, they contribute a whopping $28 trillion to the global economy.
This two-minute animation shows changes in the last 500 years of historical rankings for the world's 10 most populous cities.
These pivotal trends show how urban demographics are aiding in the transition to a very different economic and investment landscape.
The annual salary needed to buy a home in the U.S. ranges from $38k to $255k, depending on the metropolitan area you are looking in.
By 2050, there will be 2.5 billion more people living in cities than today. How is rapid urbanization set to impact investors and the global economy?v
What cities are the world's ultra-rich flocking to? This map looks at ultra high net worth individual (UHNWI) growth rates in cities around the world.
The city will remain the centerpiece of economic growth in the 21st century. Here's how we're using smart city technology to optimize them even further.