HUD reached a deal with Los Angeles to improve disability access, but has left other discrimination cases unaddressed.
Conservative statehouses have passed bills blocking cities from enacting inclusionary zoning ordinances, most recently in Florida.
Sam Stein's Capital City offers a blistering and persuasive critique of how real estate dominates city planning—to the detriment of most residents.
Democratic Governor Kate Brown is expected to sign off on the law, which would affect areas that are home to some 2.8 million people.
From YIMBYs to NIMBYs, the Strand's recent historic preservation is a Rorschach test for activists of many stripes. Who's right?
The "opportunity zones" program, established in Trump's 2017 tax bill, might be fueling gentrification and luxury developments.
All over the country low-income citizens are struggling to attain more economic mobility. A new program funded by two large foundations is working to address that.
For an issue on which so many agree—the rent is too damned high, especially in urban areas—housing affordability doesn't present one single obvious fix.
The growth of the tech industry has put a high premium on available housing, and new construction isn't keeping up with need.
Previously unreleased data shows private equity's stranglehold over New York City housing, and its practice of wide-scale eviction.
Most U.S. cities have a housing crisis and severe racial segregation. Will a spate of new plans work to solve both problems?
As coastal communities succumb to sea-level rise, managing population migration and decline has become a new focus in the state.
Housing advocates, immigrants' rights groups, social policy think tanks, and public housing management organizations have united in opposition to the rule.
Tax increment financing, originally meant to spur development of "blighted" neighborhoods, is now being redistributed upwards.
From Sonoma to San Diego, the state faces a massive affordability crisis; across the political gradient, few residents disagree on that, even if they don't see eye to eye on how to solve it.
In Sunset Park, Brooklyn, residents are challenging a new development, charging it won't create jobs for those who currently live in the neighborhood.
The dispute between HUD and Facebook over how advertisers target ads looks to be coming to a head. How did we get here?
The senator is targeting Recession-era private-equity practices.
Thirty-six percent of university and 46 percent of community-college students have insecure housing.
First Nations reserves residents are often forced to live in arduous conditions due to a system that prevents them from owning land or getting a mortgage.
HUD requires communities to send out volunteers to tally homeless individuals one by one, often undercounting the number of people experiencing homelessness.