Renters in service industry between “a rock and a hard place” as jobs disappear
Agents as therapists, drive-up closings, and lots and lots of hand washing
Property Lines is a column by Curbed senior reporter Patrick Sisson that spotlights real estate trends and hot housing markets across the country.
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Rent strikes, home occupations, and how the pandemic underscores the need for housing justice.
The profound economic fallout from efforts to stop the spread have made paying for housing a matter of national importance.
"What kept them from being successful in the classroom had nothing to do with the classroom."
The city’s tech-led transformation is changing downtown and straining the housing market.
On a federal and local level, candidates have bold plans for tackling affordability and equity.
City hopes event shows off West Town and brings economic benefits to businesses and homeowners, but other cities’ similar gambles haven’t paid off.
Housing availability and affordability will help determine these states’ trajectories this year.
These small, smart innovations are worth building on in 2020.
From Vail to Vermont, providing affordable and accessible homes for workers is an uphill climb.
As retail shifts, the big-box behemoth builds a new neighborhood for talent retention.
Wealthy empty nesters looking to downsize are flocking to high-rises; in an aging nation, it’s only the start.
A new report from the San Francisco Federal Reserve underscores how climate shifts create big investment and economic risks.
Many California homeowners are cashing out, picking up, and moving inland.
It’s roughly eight times larger than New York’s Hudson Yards, this year’s big-ticket megadevelopment.
Does the city’s plan to lure remote workers showcase the future of work and economic development?
When Milwaukee hosts the Democratic convention, politicians should pay heed to these neighborhood redevelopment ideas.
If you can’t afford a house down the block, go online and buy across the nation.
Foreign property sales were down $43 billion from last year. Is it a possible sign of the "Trump effect"?
The economy is diversifying, Californians are moving in, and housing prices rise, but can the state sustain all this growth?
The region’s experience suggests no city is ready for a project like HQ2
The 308-acre Dorothea Dix Park wants to be a model for civic space.
New developments in Westown highlight increased investment in the Midwest metro.
Efforts to reverse an "epidemic" of abandoned property, a stark sign of a stratifying economy.
Questions remain about the efficacy of the government’s recovery and rebuilding strategy in today’s era of increased storm risk.
As housing prices keep rising, Americans higher and higher up the income spectrum feel the pinch.
By 2030, they’ll comprise 56 percent of all new homebuyers in the country
As the city’s boom puts development pressure on center of country music, new preservation ideas emerge.