A fascinating resource for lovers of city planning, made possible by open data.
The figures highlight the mismatch between dipping job earnings and soaring housing costs.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is currently occupied with issues of policing and crime. But the city’s massive housing problem is also an issue indivisible from justice.
The crowd-funded project would make a place in Lebanon where these displaced youths can be kids again.
Changing neighborhoods may be a class issue, but in America, that means it’s also a racial one.
Targeting select low-income communities for an infusion of resources isn’t the answer to the problem of urban poverty. But what is?
The #sayhername protest made a statement about how black, female bodies are treated in America.
African Americans are far more likely to live in the San Francisco Bay Area’s least walkable neighborhoods. Why?
Leaders in the field discuss what design can—and can’t—accomplish in the service of communities like Baltimore and Ferguson.
A local nonprofit is giving Washington’s homeless the tools to film their experiences.
The Sunbelt is where it’s at.
It’s a misguided idea that would only exacerbate the city’s housing and displacement crisis.
That’s the good news. The bad: U.S. cities aren’t necessarily more integrated.
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.