Ride-hailing apps are threatening to pull out of Austin if its residents don’t vote for their sponsored ballot measure.
The four final designs for Pershing Square range from urban tech-scape to flexible garden park.
Families with even a small amount of savings are more able to endure income disruptions without relying on public benefits.
That’s 50 million Harriet Tubmans.
The Democratic candidate has the endorsement of an alliance of 14 different unions from the building and construction industries.
A group of artists is translating neighborhood complaints about dirt-bike riders into cross-stitch as a way of weighing in on the debate.
State preemption is noxious for cities, whether it happens to D.C., Charlotte, or Birmingham.
A new report shows the continued impact of the debt-ceiling impasse on the nation’s affordable-housing crisis.
The arrest of a homeless man in the murder of a university student has the city split on how to ethically handle its homelessness crisis.
By rethinking the future of memorials, a consortium of Washington, D.C., stakeholders also re-wired the open design competition.
The guerrilla #SeeRikers campaign aims to correct a New York subway map oversight—and highlight the corrections crisis.
Nationwide protests may follow in September.
Protesters are rejecting a plan to turn a London library into a gym, the latest of hundreds of recent library closures in the U.K.
The “Month2Month” residency project will explore real estate and public art in private homes—both luxury condos and affordable apartments.
The company has pulled out just two weeks after announcing plans to bring 400 jobs to the city.
The National Housing Trust Fund will give housing assistance to the very poorest households in the nation.
A new master plan for the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium campus would create a waterfront sports mall in Washington, D.C. Does the city need it?
A decision on zoning and racial disparity in Yuma, Arizona.