Developer Patrick Kennedy believes tiny dwellings will "get huge" in cities across the country.
The United States is not just as a single national economy but a collection of city and metro economies, and they're growing at starkly different rates.
With its shiny recycled-metal rain screen and jauntily angled rooftop solar array, the 712-square-foot cottage is charming and sustainable.
More people are working from temporary work spaces, changing how we use offices.
Diverse neighborhoods had higher population growth and stronger property value growth last year – and they’re a bit pricier to begin with.
The nation's second-largest city has approved ID cards aimed at helping the otherwise undocumented.
A new exhibit from the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association showcases the simple visualizations of complex ideas that have changed how we live.
Data are scarce, but a look at grants from the National Institutes of Health gives us at least a partial picture.
There aren't many left, but the ones that have hung on are winning by specializing and moving into the events business.
The story of how this urban asset was re-purposed holds truths for cities engaged in similar transformations.
A team of San Francisco inventors view drunks and the homeless as reservoirs of golden fertilizer.
Liz Hickok has created dozens of urban Jell-O landscapes.
Filmmaker Ross Ching explains how he managed to depict the Golden Gate Bridge with no traffic, among other famous locations.
An iPhone app that maps downtown’s indoor parks, rooftop terraces, urban gardens, and bamboo forests.
One witness said "it looked like we had seen the International Space Station come down."
Sometimes embracing free speech means sharing the subway with an ad that churns your stomach.
The cost of water has risen much more in some places than in others.
The creators of "Spoke" will ride from San Francisco to Orlando exploring the hazards of riding in the United States.
Start-ups and entrepreneurs promise a bright future. But is it a future that crowds out the poor and disadvantaged?