Inside the Creation of New York City's New Affordable Housing Design Guidelines
A public design commission has created a guide that instructs developers in how to create more coherent design for housing projects across the city.
Ford Is Upping Its Stake in Detroit's Downtown Revitalization
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.
Costs and Benefits: Are Corporate Tax Breaks in 'Opportunity Zones' a Good Idea?
A little-known tax incentive could provide important investment to areas that haven't yet recovered from the Great Recession, but the incentives don't come without risks.
Chicago's South Side Welcomes the Obama Foundation With Some Skepticism
The Obama Presidential Center is poised to transform Chicago's Jackson Park, as well as its surrounding neighborhoods. But residents want a binding community benefits agreement.