A Boston non-profit has found a metrics-based system to determine the health outcomes of different urban development styles.
If new construction increased home prices, then why are rents also going up in the L.A. neighborhoods that don’t build?
A Seattle-based startup called Loftium is providing down-payment assistance for perennial Airbnb hosts.
A new report shows that regulations stopping outward housing expansion are crippling urbanization worldwide.
The Emerald City’s dense housing and transit network is starting to reflect New York, Boston, Philadelphia, DC, Chicago and San Francisco.
As one of America’s largest developers, the church is a key player in the urbanist conversation.
Over the last century, they have had an increasingly larger share on household spending.
An architectural primer on how to “break up” large buildings so that they look smaller.
What used to be a housing lag has been redefined as a “boom”.
Why wouldn’t Inland Empire housing be the same price, say, as in Phoenix?