President Donald Trump has soured on public-private partnerships to achieve his infrastructure plan. But in his own backyard, the city is doubling down on collaborations that defy the typical stereotypes.
As civil rights groups line up in opposition to a new HUD rule, a legal strategy emerges.
The company’s latest flagship will displace an Aboriginal cultural center in Melbourne.
HUD’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing policy required communities to confront racial inequities in housing. Now, it’s being postponed.
Professional basketball is pitching fans on place with its latest special-edition, locals-only jerseys.
Out of the spotlight of national politics, challengers stand a better chance.
“I think it’s important for these writers to say, ‘Look, your creativity, your writing, your research, your journalism, matters just as much in Pittsburgh as it does in New York and D.C.”
Lots of small changes—but one big thing stays the same.
There’s good news for grad students, at least.
For the first time since 2005, growth in new rental housing slowed down. Are there really enough apartments to meet demand?
The medieval city in Croatia is having a geek-culture moment as the setting for King’s Landing in the HBO series (not to mention the new Star Wars movie). But not everyone appreciates all the attention.
As the NFL founders, cities are dangling football-style funding promises at pro soccer franchises.
In Burkina Faso and elsewhere, Architect Francis Kéré approaches design as a medium for easing tensions around political issues like migration.
A Kansas senator added an amendment to the Senate tax bill that would prohibit developers from using housing tax credits to build artists' housing.
The final tax bill that goes to the White House could have very little effect on housing affordability—or it could gut mechanisms for encouraging it.
D.C.’s new Museum of the Bible blends history and insight with spectacle.
Top-level vacancies and flatlined funding appear to be the Trump administration’s plans for the Census Bureau.
How a popular meme about neoliberal capitalism and fast-casual architecture owned itself.
In an era of state preemption of local authority, Nashville is pushing ahead with a major transit initiative built on new local taxes.
Ten years ago, anything less than $200 million had little hope of connecting the public and private sectors in the U.S. Now public-private partnerships are driving modernization for many cities—and sometimes controversy.