Countries can be economically lean and environmentally green, but there are other costs to consider.
Some 330 million urban households worldwide are financially stretched by housing costs.
A new study finds a close connection between the two.
Are big, successful cities the new normal?
London, New York, and Paris top the list of the world’s leading talent hubs—but not for the reasons you might think.
Beijing is the world's top science city, but Chinese policies will prevent China from becoming the world's top science country.
There's a lot to discuss in a new report outlining how to create better jobs and more affordable housing for the Bay Area.
As high-income people return to cities and urban neighborhoods, they bring much of their suburban lifestyle with them.
Detroit’s first white mayor in 40 years talks abandoned housing, streetlights, and gentrification.
Just as they've started to revitalize—attracting industry, investment and people—our cities are threatened by new and more vexing divides.
Why leaving the Motor City for Manhattan is a big mistake for the automaker.
We hear a lot about why people leave their communities—but only about one in ten Americans moves per year.
Urbanites and suburbanites in the U.S. have a lot more in common than you might have guessed.
The continued rise of America's new knowledge-energy economy.
The new geography of our "solo nation."
Another feather in New York’s cap: It's home to the nascent high-tech real estate industry.
Nevada’s Gigafactory deal is just the latest of the roughly $70 billion in incentives governments have given companies since the mid-1970s.
It's the 10th largest incentive deal ever, with Nevada paying nearly $200,000 per job.
American homes are getting bigger and bigger. But it doesn't need to be that way.