Despite the economic recovery, the nation’s pattern of concentrated inequality has actually gotten worse, according to a new report. More than 50 million Americans live in economically distressed communities,
New data from Zillow shows that average urban home prices in the U.S. now surpass those of the suburbs. Back in the late 1990s and early 2000s, urban and suburban homes in the U.S. used to be worth about
The U.S. “Scribble Map” links every ZIP code in ascending order. The Zone Improvement Plan, or ZIP code system as we know it today, was robustly rolled out in 1963 with the purpose of modernizing the process.
The U.K.’s recovery echoes patterns found in the U.S. Are U.K. city dwellers thriving or struggling? A bit of both, suggests a study of British urban life released today. Showing that low-wage, post-crisis