Why Boulder is taking pre-emptive measures against density, zoning changes, and affordable housing. Bad ones.
Americans should build fewer ballparks and arenas. But if we’re going to keep building no matter what, we should put some effort into them.
The state’s legislature is considering a bill that would seize the authority of local governments on fair housing, wages, and even traffic laws.
The horror show that is acceptable SF living speaks to the real effects of the city’s extreme housing shortage.
Communities actively working against affordable housing are being disingenuous—and setting themselves up for a legal fall.
Local governments are trying to do the right thing, but don’t put it past them to do the wrong one.
But zoning for less density is ruining your city.
Libraries designed to serve both universities and local communities can be a benefit for cities.
Some markets need a recovery from the recovery.
His Holiness is visiting three U.S. cities this week. How will this compare to other “mega-events”?
A new state law designed to foil property-tax scofflaws is making it harder for low-income homeowners to keep their houses.
The Ferguson Commission’s new report makes the simple case for consolidating the municipalities that make up St. Louis County.
No one knows how much garbage is lurking beneath the bay’s waters. So I went on an expedition with plastic hunters to find out.
The creators of the unpopular NoPhone have released the latest version, the NoPhone Zero, which does less than ever before.
One artist is taking neighborliness on the road.
Tips from travel pros to avoid being a chump.
The lead cartographer for Mapbox answers the technological and philosophical questions of which ‘hoods make it onto a map.
Federal housing policies didn’t just deny opportunities to black residents. They subsidized and safeguarded whites-only neighborhoods.
More and more adults in every age category are staying or returning home. What will that mean for the future of housing?