A round-up of the best stories on cities and urbanism we've come across in the last seven days.
They are also less likely to be working full time and more likely to be unemployed.
Photographer Ben Marcin found the people who live off the grid.
The sheer number of households on the planet is now rising much faster than the global population.
We're still limited in our ability to track the U.S. LGBT population, but there does appear to be a connection between gay neighborhoods and some of the markers of gentrification.
A complicated tangle of property rights, squatters, and disrepair.
What if extra lights don't make us as safe as they make us feel?
A DIY project that wants to change people's stereotypes about their city.
A survey of varying mandates.
An estimated 700,000—more than the city's population of 635,000—welcomed the Seahawks home, without major incident.
People are leaving Minneapolis for Florida, Detroit for the suburbs, and Washington for New York.
But Internet companies and their high-paid web developers are only part of the story.
It includes eight circles where buildings once stood and thousands of Native American artifacts.
Hope SF aims to provide social services for residents in a city where property values are skyrocketing.
Canadians are not impressed with their hockey team's accommodations.
The economy doesn't need more homeowners right now. It needs more households.
Recent claims that we're already there may be overstated.