After a period of rapid diversification, the town outside the Twin Cities faces rising poverty and housing challenges.
One civil engineer says it would be less laborious and more cost-effective.
A "renters rights" exchange could spread costs and benefits more evenly across city neighborhoods.
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A replica of the room in the famous Post-Impressionist painting is being listed on Airbnb in Chicago.
Historic neighborhoods provide benefits to everyone, not just homeowners.
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Start packing your bags for Oslo.
The insects are miniature transformers that can compress to half their size and still run really fast.
To break through gridlock on fair housing, officials in wealthy Westchester County, New York, try a new tactic.
At least one local newspaper is questioning the city’s influence over a major architectural design competition.
The city’s most privileged residents are largely shielded from the environmental hazards that plague those living on the outskirts.
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Pricey downtown real estate and safety concerns are among the factors.
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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.