The "Yes In My Backyard" movement aims to build more affordable homes.
In Boston and beyond, well-designed neighborhoods help residents feel at home.
In colder climes, pathways must be cleared of snow for pedestrians—not just cars.
The Nobel Prize-winning economist Elinor Ostrom inspired Londoners to change block by block.
An Atlantic correspondent visits obscure places, but avoids hard questions.
Can the Green Mountain State pay new residents to settle there?
Economic obstacles and insular attitudes keep many neighborhoods from welcoming newcomers.
Real estate speculation doesn't create wealth, it sets up a game of musical chairs--and we now know what happens when the music stops.