Mayor Bloomberg may have finally gone too far with a proposal for a 25,000-seat soccer stadium and shopping mall.
A professor criticizes the "culture of quantification," arguing that we don't do enough with the data we collect.
Officials propose using the money from the sale of radio frequencies to pay for new housing stock.
Urban growth isn't necessarily streaming in from the countryside.
Only 19 percent of property-buyers are British.
When it comes to home prices, not all street names are created equal.
Cities are building more houses than ever, but they are priced out of reach for the poor.
Meet the federal government's four-bed, three-bath, two-car garage, 2,700-square foot suburban net-zero home.
A Cleveland start-up helps apartment complexes up their social media game.
At least that's the popular attitude. But the truth is much more complicated.
New research suggests who you see may subtly affect your life expectancy.
Mexicans have made a productive home for themselves in a city largely known for its shrinking population. So why are they being deported?
This restored property in Beacon Hill costs as much as renting an average house for a year.
Dead End in Norvelt is based on a New Deal-era subsistence farming community in rural Pennsylvania.
Regions where urbanization is likely to increase by 2030, and where it will have the most impact.
Even more depressing: your bird feeder makes things worse.
Outside Cincinnati, a deteriorated housing project is given a facelift without displacing residents.
While its historic character and culture has been strong for the last 50 years, the neighborhood's re-emergence is complicated by uncertainties.
Updated data from metros across the United States.