Dread and Decay in An 'Abandoned' Miami Beach Hotel
A symbol of luxury in one of the most unequal places on Earth became a refuge for homeless people. Then the cops got involved.
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New York's Notorious Landlords Are Finally Losing Some of Their Power
Renters in one of the most expensive real estate markets in the world just won a huge victory.
People Are Moving to Smaller Cities in Search of Affordable Houses That Don't Exist
Millennials are stuck renting in places they would never have chosen if not for the dream of owning a home.
In the Future, You'll Work, Exercise, Sleep, and Die in the Same Building
This is what's become of the American dream.
How Miami Locals Are Dealing with the City's Rent Crisis
Here's how people can actually afford to live in Florida's most happening city.
Luxury Housing Is Threatening to Wipe Out Miami’s Trailer Parks
The wealthy city of Coral Gables is trying to take control of some unincorporated land that would likely displace 225 people in a trailer park.
This Is How People Can Actually Afford to Live in Miami
"It basically always feels like I’m one bad roommate drama away from being homeless."
A Tenants Union Is Taking on the Landlord of This Massive Bay Area Warehouse Complex
It's an example of how the shared space of communal living can provide people the ability to inhabit an area that would otherwise be unaffordable.
'Universal Rent Control' Is the Left-Wing Dream That's Actually Happening
Capping the amount that landlords can raise what you owe every year is no longer a total fantasy.
Anti-Amazon Fever Is Spreading, and Big Tech Companies Should Be Worried
After the company's deal collapsed in New York, the next community-upending project might be a tougher sell.
This Is How People Can Actually Afford to Live in Chicago
"There are no poor white neighborhoods in Chicago.”
Tech Giants Want to Solve the Housing Nightmare They Helped Create
Welcome to America, where charitable CEOs make housing policy and "affordable" doesn't mean what you think it does.