If displacement is kept in check, there are great social benefits to reducing household transportation costs.
U.S. cities big and small are struggling to welcome transit development while preserving affordable housing.
The project's been a huge early success, but the mass transit component is lagging, and there are already affordability concerns along completed portions of the trail.
It doesn't matter where you live. You're displacing someone, and making income segregation worse.
A melodrama with roots in reality.
North American media have proclaimed the city is no longer the apogee of cool, and that's just fine.
The latest in the ongoing anti-tech Bay Area class war.
The exploding housing prices we see today are a result of policy decisions made decades ago.
The Braves are moving out and the Falcons are building a new home. But after decades of empty promises, few are cheering.
Gentrification isn't new -- it's actually baked into the economic forces that have been driving urban development since the 1950s.
We're still limited in our ability to track the U.S. LGBT population, but there does appear to be a connection between gay neighborhoods and some of the markers of gentrification.
An explosive struggle has pitted developers against the city's ultra-left.
Yes, including the word "urbanism."
People are angry about Silicon Valley's private shuttles for some very real reasons.
These latest research-backed policy proposals may surprise you.
Rents are going up in Rio's informal housing communities. What, if anything, should the city do about it?
Why does this phenomenon affect some cities much more than others?
How S.F. became the least affordable city in America, and what we can do about it now.