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To low-income residents and the groups that fight for them in expensive cities, new market-rate housing often feels like part of the problem. If San Francisco and Washington are becoming rapidly unaffordable
Sometimes the grandiose nature of architectural design makes it hard to discern smaller structural complexities. William Ngo, of TO+WN DESIGN, and Alan Silverman, principal at AJSNY, aim to change that
A new report from the World Bank identified 6 cities that exemplify 'global competitiveness' — they aren't the ones you
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Activists march to New York’s City Hall to demand more affordable housing options for the homeless and poor. New York, 1995: a lone protester resists the NYPD’s squatter evictions in the East Village.
The huge post-credit crunch buying up of urban buildings by corporations has significant implications for equity, democracy and rights Does the massive foreign and national corporate buying of urban buildings