In episode 9, we interview Don Burnes and Randy Show about America's homeless problem.
An interview with Sonja Trauss and Brent Gaisford
The American West still offers the best mixture of urbanization and stunning geography.
California HSR will only become a reality once it controls costs, installs value capture, and embraces incrementalism.
The city has a history of favoring the entertainment giant. Do these incentives pay for themselves?
LA's real housing booms took place decades ago.
As Los Angeles shows, the cities with the most immigrants also perform best economically.
Homeowners, not developers, are really the ones who benefit financially when we limit housing supply.
Priced out of L.A., the displaced are moving east to Riverside and San Bernardino.
A podcast interview about the Yimby movement.
Current laws against crossing the street are so rigid as to defy common sense.
A Los Angeles Yimby posts a plea to his Miracle Mile neighbors on NextDoor.
Like in South Florida, the private train company will focus on developing around its stations in Las Vegas.
A recent approval in Tejon Ranch shows the political dynamics that encourage sprawl over density.
We are directly contradicting our ideals when it comes to the environment, immigration and social equity.
...and arguably its best.
If new construction increased home prices, then why are rents also going up in the L.A. neighborhoods that don't build?
Why wouldn't Inland Empire housing be the same price, say, as in Phoenix?
The “What Would Howard* Do?” conference will field panelists to discuss the American Dream, past and present.
Money that goes to non-services can't be used on services.
In global U.S. cities with lots of transplants, Thanksgiving is often spent with friends rather than family.
Nonprofit Research Finds Excessive Parking Hinders Housing (and Increases Costs) in L.A. County
What used to be a housing lag has been redefined as a "boom".