A massive team of investigators is trying to figure out if arson was involved and who did it
by Gill South | May 17
It's not the death of suburbia but more of an evolution
by Deidre Woollard | Mar 16
How utilities can be different once you venture away from city centers
by Beth Campbell | Feb 7
Which cities are building the most walkable new homes?
by Inman | Aug 16
New plan would add density, new parks, bike lanes and mixed-use spaces to downtown
by Kimberly Manning | Jul 28

This Chicago townhome has classic architecture but stays clean and contemporary inside, with modern fixtures throughout the kitchen, bedrooms and bathrooms.

by Bill Brown | Jul 7
Some cities see higher percentages of leased spaces in walkable places – with higher rents, too
by Jennifer Riner | Jun 20
The essentials for sustainable multifamily housing
by Ted Rollins | Mar 8
Homebuyers' tastes and needs are evolving, and it shows
by Tim Swindle | Dec 28
Several factors have kept this generation renting, but they won't last forever
by Matthew Gardner | Aug 18
There are lots of unused buildings in urban areas, but turning them into housing isn't quite that easy
by Rick Jarvis | Jul 14
Studies show homebuyers are flocking to walkable residential communities in urban settings, creating new real estate development and sales opportunities
by Amy Tankersley | Jun 22
Tips and tricks for developing new areas
by Rick Jarvis | Mar 24