A significant chunk of the plan focuses on “community involvement and environmental justice.” Here’s what that means.
How Greene Street went from a red-light district to hosting some of the highest property values in the world.
Square footage is growing faster now than it did during the housing boom, but the culture of the McMansion may be changing.
The systems in place to provide aid after natural disasters often fail those who need help the most.
A new report presents puzzling data on the generation hit hardest by the recession.
Today's cities may be more diverse overall, but people of different races still don’t live near each other.
It’s a wonder some of these places are still occupied.
The decline of white suburbia has already begun.
One big reason: Conventional credit-scoring methods work against them.
Even when they’re adopted, the children of the wealthy grow up to be just as well-off as their parents.
Traces of lead and tooth decay in newly uncovered remains reveal the founders were of noble status—and had a new American diet.
A recent Justice Department complaint reveals the county colluded with two cities and the sheriff’s department to push black, Section 8 families out of certain neighborhoods.
A new map provides a detailed look at the nation’s twofold housing crisis.
Cities with “cheap” housing aren’t cheap if wages are relatively low.
“Harbour City,” according to the famed urbanist, was to be “the most important advance in city planning” of the 20th century.
Earlier this month, President Obama held up the city as model for bringing solar power to low-income families. He might have spoken a bit too soon.
The city’s devastating affordability crisis has an unlikely villain—its famed progressive politics.
The city is already facing a massive affordability crisis. To grow smart, its leaders must radically change their philosophies—now.