Dozens of makeshift centers were built and now stand empty. Now authorities want to revive a stagnating economy and attract young workers to cities by turning the structures into affordable housing.
Baby boomers are entering older age amid a historic affordable-housing shortage and widening inequality. A new study warns many won't be able to access the kind of housing or caregiving they need.
Five years after of one of America's worst wildfires, slow and expensive recovery continues in Paradise, Calif., which could be a portent for what's ahead on fire-stricken Maui.
New designs from the city of Atlanta give a first look at the city's rapid housing development to address the growing unhoused population.
The Atlanta City Council approved legislation Monday to allocate $11.6 million of the city’s affordable housing trust fund for eviction diversion efforts and to create affordable housing units.
Georgia’s population is growing, and that growing population needs housing. A new study by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation says some counties and municipalities some might need to change their zoning to allow for greater housing density.
Tears in the social safety net leave many without a roof overhead.
Turning barely used office space into desperately needed urban housing seems like a win-win in the work-from-home era. But even in cities eager to do this, plenty of obstacles remain.
Surprise charges for things like paying rent online or removing trash can add up and make an apartment less affordable. Advocates warn they can also put renters at risk for debt or even eviction.
Many cities have devoted considerable focus and money to house people, only to see the number living outside continue to rise.
The rising cost of Atlanta housing is making it hard for long-term residents to stay in their neighborhoods, but a new land trust offers solutions to address the shortage of affordable housing.
PushPush Arts' incubator is nearing completion of an exciting new adaptive reuse arts campus in downtown College Park.
Buying a house these days is just too expensive for a lot of people. But since 2009, the Atlanta Land Trust has been working with the mayor’s office to create permanently affordable housing.
Businesses like Cook Medical in Indiana say the housing shortage makes it harder to recruit and keep middle-income workers. Now, more companies are building places for employees to rent or even buy.
A new $30 million mixed-income housing development opened in Columbus Tuesday that is the first phase of revitalizing the Louis T. Chase Homes and will provide access to preventive healthcare services for its residents.