A new analysis finds that what we see today is basically “the current manifestation of a long-run trend.”
Mental health resources, affordable child care, and better police relations would go a long way toward improving the lives of disadvantaged youths.
Many of the city's enormous low-income residences are in need of millions and millions of dollars of repair work. Why are they still standing at all?
The new findings suggest that place-based policy interventions deserve a closer look.
For the first time, economists have put a price tag on restrictive urban land use policies.
One of the most aggressive moves yet in the online rental battle seems virtually impossible to enforce.
Between 925 and 1,960 housing units in the city are sitting vacant so they can be rented out through the service, says a new report.
They’re living in cities, but they’re also priced out of central areas.
One line: “I can't imagine what this place must have been like before all the new money, colorful condos, and Ferris wheels.”
Who attends America’s “high-poverty” public schools—and where.
A private Brooklyn developer and a Louisiana public housing authority share the belief that racial division in housing has its plusses.
Housing prices have seen a double-digit uptick in more than half of major U.S. metros. New construction, however, isn’t keeping up.
It might seem obvious, but in lots of cities it's also proved quite effective.
Every time a new building includes space for cars, it passes those costs on to tenants.
It’s the extreme end game of a tax code that shifts the burden from owners to renters, and from the wealthy to the poor.
It's time for the international aid community to take stock of what the country really needs.
A new report says city housing stock "has not kept pace with its growing population."
A local architect lays out a vision for a denser Portland—without a housing squeeze.