Cities and states are embracing bold housing reforms as the year ends.
The 1930s building must be rebuilt exactly as it was, save for a plaque explaining the details of its demolition.
Urban liberals are won over to libertarian policies, if not libertarian politics.
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.
California's local officials are always in favor of more housing in general, but rarely support the individual projects that come before them.
Senate Bill 50 would override restrictive local zoning laws to allow more housing construction near transit.
Lyndsey and Sharon Ballinger's lawsuit claims that Oakland's Uniform Relocation Ordinance is unconstitutional.
A brief look at 50-year cost and quality trends in cars, houses, college and health care.
A toxic mix of bad insurance regulations and bad housing regulations ensure Golden State residents will continue to return to fire ravaged areas.
This problem should inspire sympathy, not scorn.
A billionaire progressive CEO and a dead free-market economist walk into a bar.
Prop. 10 would give cities free reign to reimpose rent control.
The family real-estate business was powered by subsidies and cheap government-backed loans.
The American Housing and Economic Mobility Act would nearly double current federal housing spending.
Robert Tillman's attempts to build housing have been frustrated by an increasingly ridiculous set of objections.
The feds hound Facebook for ads that allegedly violate the Fair Housing Act.
Austin was part of a group murdered in Tajikistan.
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.