Proposed change to the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule taps into debate around increasing affordable housing.
Reducing the number of cars in Oslo reduced the number of traffic fatalities.
The former HUD secretary was a vocal advocate for addressing housing costs.
Anxiety over big changes to Minor League Baseball point to trouble finding economic catalysts for small towns.
A bill to allow duplexes statewide shows housing policy fights carry more weight as suburbs shift and housing crisis worsens.
Candidates are proposing universal health care and universal free college—what about universal transportation access?
Supreme Court declines to re-examine the criminalization of homelessness in Martin v. City of Boise case.
Emergency funds will spare tenants facing eviction from financial repercussions and housing insecurity.
Robert Marbut’s polarizing methodology goes against the "housing first" approach that has worked in many U.S. cities.
The 2100 Project shows the urgency of combating climate change for communities across the U.S.
Real estate portals like Zillow and Redfin transformed the role of the realtor
By expanding its mission, his foundation has embraced a holistic approach to urban challenges.
A new lawsuit highlights how e-commerce and the warehouse boom can concentrate truck traffic, and pollution, in rural areas.
Putting the retailer’s gigantic global operation into perspective.
From Airbnb to Amazon, here’s a look at the tech giants, startups, and apps that have had outsize impact on our cities over the last 10 years.
Tom Hanks is Fred Rogers in ‘It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.’
New bills and this week’s Democratic debate address the affordable housing crisis.
By working with city governments to make onerous security deposits optional, Rhino wants to eliminate a barrier to affordable housing.
Culdesac Tempe, a 1,000-person rental development that just broke ground, won’t allow personal cars to be driven or parked on site.
The bill would fund energy retrofits of public housing and workforce development programs for residents.
"If we’ve legalized it but are only letting a select group benefit from it, we’re falling short."
The Healthcare Anchor Network believes better housing is a great investment in health and community wellness.
The dome homes were built in the 1980s as an experiment in sustainability—today they’re under water.
While not a perfect solution, fire-resistant blankets could provide a first line of defense.
Nation faces "unprecedented attack" on fair housing, according to National Fair Housing Alliance.
Moving from GIS to a web platform makes Strava’s data more accessible to cities with less resources.
The state has worked for 40 years to successfully reduce emissions—but that never gets mentioned when hillsides burn.
The World Monument Fund has flagged 25 monuments, buildings, and communities worldwide that "marry great historical significance with contemporary social impact."
Bloomberg Philanthropies’ new initiative illustrates how "asphalt art" makes cities safer and more vibrant.
Artist James Turrell’s masterpiece, Roden Crater, serves as the backdrop for Jesus is King.
The bipartisan Vision Zero Act would steer highway funds towards programs for safer transit.
An air raid shelter built by forced laborers will become a "design and lifestyle" hotel in 2021.
Congressional leaders want investments to prioritize climate, safety, and access to jobs.
Harvard’s annual state of senior housing report underscores deep challenges around inequality in an aging nation.