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There are many, unexpected places around the US that are rapidly emerging as new economic centers, according to a recent report from the Urban Land Institute (ULI).
A new Portland, Oregon-based startup, called Dweller, designs and builds affordable tiny homes that reside in backyards. The idea is that aging parents can have independence and the option to live near their adult children.
Following the 2007 economic downturn, hundreds of homes in the Slavic Village neighborhood of Cleveland foreclosed and went abandoned. One company is now striving to rehabilitate the neighborhood and offer affordable housing for residents hit by the recession.
Amazon’s explosive growth has contributed to a glut of luxury apartments in Seattle, and now landlords are offering renters free Echos and gift ...
In Amazon's Seattle neighborhood, the company's growth has contributed to a doubling of the apartment stock, The Seattle Times reports. To entice renters, many landlords are offering freebies like Amazon Echos, gift cards, and one month of rent.
American highways are so expensive that cities are tearing them down — here’s what they’re turning into
An increasing number of cities around the US are choosing to tear down or transform parts of their dilapidated interstates, rather than repair them, and turning them into parks, boulevards, and housing.
New York City has a charming 4,000-person island that most people have never heard of — here’s what it’s like
Many New Yorkers and tourists alike probably have never been to City Island.
So-called agrihoods combine the amenities of a rural farm with the convenience of a modern, metropolitan neighborhood.
Take a tour of New York’s most expensive neighborhood for renters, where the apartments cost $6,500 a month
According to StreetEasy data, the median asking rent in Central Park South is $6,500 a month, making it New York City's most expensive.
PropertyShark ranked New York’s most expensive neighborhoods for Q3 of 2017. In Flatiron, the median home sale price is $4.4 million, a 220% increase from 2016.
Rich millennials are shunning the golf communities of their parents for these elite new neighborhoods
A new type of neighborhood known as an "agrihood" — short for agricultural neighborhood — marries idyllic settings in nature with resort amenities.