Pricey downtown real estate and safety concerns are among the factors.
The U.S. “Scribble Map” links every ZIP code in ascending order.
New initiatives in Jiaxing and Shenzhen offer alternatives to top-down, centralized planning.
An official investigation is asking why so many tenants are paying super low rents, but it seems like dysfunction and corruption on a grand scale.
The activists want officials to spend football funds on poverty instead.
And soon maybe expand across the U.S. thanks to a partnership between Google Fiber and HUD.
But in Central London, home values might have hit their peak.
Despite a landmark Supreme Court decision, state leaders are still finding ways to oppose low-income housing.
When there isn’t enough private space, locals make creative use of tucked-away public places.
A new analysis of social mobility by economist Raj Chetty reveals how childhood environment impacts adult gender gaps.
Rents across the city are going down, but not everyone is complying.
A booming, car-free downtown and underground waste disposal facilities show how a small city can lead the way on sustainability.
Rents fell for a while but now they’re up again. A new report examines why.
Thousands of Chinese have chosen Montville and Norwich over New York’s Canal Street since 2001.
GOP lawmakers in Midwestern states say such neighborhood designations infringe on homeowners’ rights. But really they stand in the way of affordable housing.
Culturally significant monuments and museum are being razed to the ground.
Air quality didn't improve—but that doesn't mean it was a failure.
Activists in Buenos Aires seek to improve conditions by including marginalized neighborhoods on official maps.