The Neighbors Issue
Getting familiar with the strangers next door.
Bungalow Courts Make the Best Neighbors
The 350 that remain in L.A. are some of the city’s most desirable housing.
The Duplex With Friends
How two families living in a duplex have weathered the pandemic together.
The Van-Life Caravan
Living in a camper van doesn’t have to mean living by yourself. Here’s how some nomads find community on the road.
What It’s Like to Be a Neighbor Right Now
Curbed asked readers how quarantine life had changed their neighborhoods. Here, five of our favorite anecdotes.
How community fridges are fixing a broken food system
Across the city, community fridges are tackling hyperlocal food insecurity.
Protests Aren’t Only in the Streets
Homes, theaters, and whole neighborhoods can be revolutionary spaces too.
My neighbor is a social-distancing enforcer. Is this a problem?
Curbed’s advice columnist wants you to get along with the people next door
‘We’re all separate, but we’re still together’: Portraits of New Yorkers in quarantine
"It’s an attempt to unify the neighborhood."
With bars and coffee shops closed, stoops are having a moment.
From internet friends to upstairs neighbors
My building lacks the shared spaces that newer, flashier buildings advertise as a hedge against urban isolation, but we’ve formed a community just the same.
I never thought I’d feel at home in my neighborhood—until we got The Slide
The primary-colored eyesore became a community gathering place.