Gail Radford’s Modern Housing for America has me thinking about why we have a system that subsidizes personal home ownership, and what that means for inequality and the economy. It’s not great.
Filtering to ensure affordability is important, but we can’t expect it to solve the affordability crisis on its own.
Boston has to start thinking seriously about the pros and cons of allowing major new skyscrapers near its patrimony sites.
All new building is not good building. Oregon should reject a new proposal that refuses to distinguish between good and bad development.