A sustainable development expert on how African cities should handle the continent's urbanization boom
In the wake of the Hurricane Ike, the city is radically rebuilding its affordable housing to make it greener and more diverse
Why people from some states move more than others
America can be divided into two distinct classes, the stuck and the mobile
Which cities will get the most visitors this holiday weekend?
With more families doubled up under the same roof, definitions that determine assistance are being stretched
The U.S. is moving less than ever before—and it's holding back the recovery
A new survey attempts to put a personal price tag on access to green space
A round-up of the best responses to this week's The Big Fix
If we could buy just part of a house, would that make home ownership more attractive to renters?
A design competition is underway to re-imagine America's most infamous public housing complex
A new law will allow local farmers to sell their goods from their homes
In Panama City, a plan to build a marine viaduct around a colonial-era neighborhood has residents up in arms
Changing immigration patterns are partly to blame
We know that homeownership is no longer the panacea it once was. But what if you still want it anyway?
A survey on trends in home design offers surpising insights into the American zeitgeist
In places like Cleveland, Detroit, and Chicago, homeowners are being encouraged to expand the footprint of their properties
Repairing existing residential buildings produces about 50 percent more jobs than building new ones
One Detroit refinery's unusual approach to reducing negative health effects