The city is looking for backers to convert a former roach-infested youth jail into a mixed-use affordable housing complex.
A new provision will prohibit separate entrances in apartment buildings with units for low-income and market-rate tenants.
The Alaskan Way Viaduct is coming down, and a vast new park system is coming up.
From 1990 to 2010, wealth has accumulated in ever-richer neighborhoods, thanks in part to exclusionary housing practices.
A new, expansive index measures and maps the quality of life for 2,000 U.S. neighborhoods.
The idea that many Americans “voluntarily” choose to self-segregate by race is highly misleading.
The surprising 5-4 decision affirms the original intent of the 50-year-old Fair Housing Act: that implicit discrimination is as destructive as explicit discrimination.
Renters in the U.K. spend the most in absolute terms and as a proportion of their average income.
The latest State of the Nation’s Housing report reveals some troubling trends for buyers.
Section 8 was intended to help people escape poverty, but instead it’s trapping them in it.
“The North and the Congress basically gave up on equality for African Americans, and that set us on a course that we have not yet recovered from.”
The American Dream trajectory of renting while young and owning a home later doesn’t quite apply in NYC.
The downtown population is at an all-time high, and young workers are leading the way.
A group of professors have created the #Charlestonsyllabus to illustrate the histories of faith, race, and violence that collided in a mass murder.
The EPA's new EJSCREEN layers demographic and environmental information into a single index.
The postal route of Wendell Watkins is ground zero for redevelopment, and perhaps displacement.
Across the country, communities are starkly divided, with African Americans living in one section and whites living in another, and a lot of people seem to be okay with that.
“You have to go,” the alleged killer reportedly said to black church members. That’s not the first time they’ve heard that.
A new report reveals that zero counties in the U.S. have enough housing for families in extreme poverty.