Anthony Perrotti owns hundreds of crime- and drug-infested apartments in the New Haven area, yet claims to have done little wrong. What gives?
Apr 25, 2006 New Haven Advocate
This McMansionization is a must-see.
Apr 21, 2006 The Austin Chronicle
Briarcliff Summit, built in 1925, has 200 units that are falling apart. Are the owners taking advantage of federal housing subsidies? Should the building be restored? If so, how will residents be impacted?
Apr 21, 2006 Creative Loafing Atlanta
The law requires developers to put down a deposit for unforeseen repairs needed by owners, yet the it can be very difficult for owners to get their hands on the money.
Apr 21, 2006 Washington City Paper
The City of Philadelphia plans to partner with a church to construct a shelter near the well-off Chestnut Hill neighborhood. Current residents aren't having it.
Apr 21, 2006 Philadelphia City Paper
May issue highlights the environmental crisis and people across a variety of professions committed to education and change.
Apr 21, 2006 Vanity Fair
South Bronx affordable housing goes big and goes green.
Apr 20, 2006 The New York Times
From cheap cottages to a new Trump Tower, urban designers have all sorts of ideas for rebuilding New Orleans -- so why is it taking so long?
Apr 19, 2006 USA Today
In suburban Orange County, California, Ladera Ranch is a thriving planned community of more than 16,000 people, where various villages are not customized to practical needs, but to what marketers call different "values subcultures".
Apr 17, 2006 The Washington Post
Southern California's Inland Empire, once a blue-collar bedroom community, is transforming itself with upscale housing, new amenities, and jobs. "
Apr 17, 2006 The Los Angeles Times