Sam Stein's Capital City offers a blistering and persuasive critique of how real estate dominates city planning—to the detriment of most residents.
From YIMBYs to NIMBYs, the Strand's recent historic preservation is a Rorschach test for activists of many stripes. Who's right?
America's addiction to mindless sloganeering is enabling a significant threat. In a word, that threat is fascism.
Two organizers from the organization that spearheaded the demonstrations in New York City discuss how their members' background in art and art history informed their nine-week action.
In Boston, a new plan to make parks and infrastructure suited to the effects of climate change is raising concerns about so-called "green gentrification."
The failure of the subway system provided political will for the policy, but it might be harder to rally support for congestion pricing in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Boston.
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 mile high city's most historic and culturally unique neighborhoods are at risk of erasure due to the skyrocketing rents forcing out the local population.
The company just announced its acquisition of the Michigan Central Station in downtown Detroit, an icon of the city's 20th-century glory days and its precipitous fall since.
Fort Point, a novelty wave located underneath the Golden Gate Bridge, is a flash point in the ongoing struggle surrounding gentrification in the Bay Area.
Starbucks doesn't need to close its stores for bias trainings. It needs to change its entire design so that it doesn't merely reflect the character of host neighborhoods, especially if that character is racist.
Short-term rentals are spreading through Chinatown, displacing residents and changing the culture of the neighborhood in the process.
Sandra Valenzuela and Jorge Baca created Santa Mari La Juaricua to bring attention to communities in the Mexican capital displaced by the influx of wealthier populations.