Providing decent shelter for people experiencing homelessness is both a political and practical challenge.
The country’s most expensive rental market grapples with high rents, homelessness, and the politics of Bay Area tenant activism.
Yes, the trains are packed. But don’t blame the victims of the city’s transit meltdown.
With a new resident social worker, the Brooklyn Public Library is pushing staff and patrons toward a culture of inclusivity.
The latest rendition of the competition asks cities to come up with innovations that can move the entire nation forward.
Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl was developed on top of the swampy remains of Lake Texoco by dubious subdividers after World War II. Thanks to some of its earliest residents, “Neza” has become a thriving hub of culture and commerce with running water and paved roads just outside Mexico’s capital.
Communities like Antioch, where homelessness has spiked in recent years, haven’t been prepared to handle the growing need.
One nonprofit wants to reward results, and change the funding model in the process.
With the GOP’s massive restructuring to Medicaid awaiting a vote, low-wage workers need special attention.
The permanent supportive housing model includes community spaces, a clinic, and a cafe, and aims to help residents put down roots.
What lessons could Seattle draw from their success?
A morning roundup of the day’s news.
Mr. Rogers showed viewers a place filled with interactions and a framework for being and becoming.
By winding through the city on a mission, our kids learned to look closely—and to trust themselves and others.
Feelings of isolation are common in cities. Let’s take a look at how the built environment plays into that.
There’s a right way and a wrong way to be a neighbor during a time of rapid community change.
Contrary to the popular narrative, cities and workplaces with a diverse group of immigrants see higher wages—even for native-born Americans across income levels.
A month after residents of a public housing complex learned they’d been living on dangerously polluted land for decades, they were told they’d have to leave their community.
CityLab is spending a week talking about the folks next door.
The famously clean Austrian city boasts one of the world’s most innovative waste processing systems.