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The liberal, affluent enclave of Santa Monica is infamous for its controversies over growth policy. A proposed Zoning Ordinance Update (ZOU), currently under consideration by the City Council, has struck a nerve.
8 hours ago   KPCC
Public housing doesn't suffer the derision that it used to, but housing agencies remain strapped. Critics and residents contend that the New York City Housing Authority, the largest landlord of them all, continues to let down the city's neediest.
9 hours ago   Pacific Standard
In the wealthy community of Spring Valley, just inside the western boundaries of the District of Columbia, residents are opposing a proposed development by claiming the site—a parking lot—is a historic landmark.
10 hours ago   Washington City Paper
Our immigration system is broken and needs comprehensive reform. Comprehensive reform would address all aspects of our immigration system, not just focus on enforcement measures, for example, or on updating a single kind of visa.
11 hours ago   Shelterforce
Parks almost always sound like a good idea. But some are vacant while others are transformative. Here's a list of ten recently completed projects that fall solidly in the latter category.
12 hours ago   USA Today
Henry Melcher reports on a massive investment plans for Industry City in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
13 hours ago   The Architect's Newspaper
Following a string of developments in 2014 pushing the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) toward more multi-modal planning, a new Strategic Management Plan lays out ambitious goals for the increased use of alternative modes.
14 hours ago   Streetsblog California
A brewing controversy pits a developer and politician against Chicago's Department of Transportation regarding how and where bike lanes work with the auto traffic created by building uses.
15 hours ago   Chicago Tribune
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne made a strong case for taking decisive climate change action when she signed an historic agreement to join the Quebec program that trades carbon with California.
16 hours ago   The Globe and Mail
The work of Marcus Lyons replicates images of already sprawling human development to the breaking point and maybe beyond.
17 hours ago   CityLab
October through January in Chicago—the first architectural biennial in U.S. history.
Yesterday   Architectural Digest