NYC's mayor takes on private property (again).
The HUD secretary's desire to tackle restrictive zoning is encouraging, but real reform will have to come from the bottom up.
Bob Tillman has spent nearly 5 years and $1.4 million trying to convert his laundromat into new housing.
Reforms in multiple jurisdictions could help loosen restrictions on development that infringe on property rights, inflate housing prices, and cut off large numbers of people from job opportunities.
Zoning rules that severely restrict home construction cut off millions of poor people from jobs and affordable housing. The Minneapolis reform is the most extensive reduction in zoning achieved by any major American city in a long time.
Restrictions on the supply of new housing are making California's cities increasingly unaffordable.
Community members in the Mission District worry that the proposed market-rate development will spur gentrification.
Leaving The Bay Area is a real estate brokerage that helps people decamp for cheaper, greener pastures.
Despite the claims of NIMBY activists, cities can build their way out of a housing crunch
A positive but marginal reform to the Golden State's byzantine housing regulations
The American Housing and Economic Mobility Act would nearly double current federal housing spending.
The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program is on the receiving end of yet another negative government watchdog report.
Khsama Sawant is doing everything in her power to kill a 442-unit apartment project because it would replace an iconic concert hall.
Saddled with unaffordable requirements, Axis kills plans for a 117-unit apartment building.
Hysterical NIMBYism reaches new heights in Berkeley.
Austin was part of a group murdered in Tajikistan.
Expensive tax credits for renters are not the solution to America's housing woes.
In his sweeping reform proposal, President Trump suggests a privatization scheme for the GSEs behind the 2008 recession, but it doesn't go nearly far enough.
The owner of a "historic" laundromat has been thwarted at every turn in his bid to build apartments in a city in the midst of a housing crisis.
The 2018 "Out of Reach" report ignores the many options available to workers about how they live, work, and spend