Over the past decade, the white population in the increasingly well-off District of Columbia has grown by a quarter, while blacks have declined by 7 percent.
Immigrants are gravitating to suburbs and small towns, census figures show. Meanwhile, non-Hispanic whites are on the rise in parts of New York City.
Emerging generational forces are contributing to strong rental markets — and the outlook for apartment housing is good for years to come, according to a report.
A program called Home for Good intends to build housing for 12,000 of Los Angeles's chronically unemployed population.
Developments that are restricted to people 55 and over are having a hard time finding buyers.
Four massive urban centers being developed in Saudi Arabia may end up pleasing no one.
Visionary cities are looking for ways to decrease infrastructure spending and jumpstart economic development via a myriad of placemaking approaches.
Despite budget concerns, aldermen accept a $16 million TIGER II grant — and consider how to raise the rest of the needed money.
A three-year Gallup study of 26 US cities has found that peoples’ love and passion for their community may be a leading indicator for local economic growth.
British architecture critic Edwin Heathcote warns of a trend toward monopolization of city centers by the well-off.
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