The state's high cost of living and tourism-focused development is making it difficult for some Native Hawaiians to keep their homes.
From 2012 to 2018, the city in California's Bay Area cut its annual homicides and nonfatal shootings by nearly half, according to reports. But how?
White residents tend to use police to enforce their unspoken social norms.
Community members joined #DontMuteDC to protest efforts to suppress the music that has played at a famed intersection for decades.
The share of Hong Kong households led by single women, whether never-married or divorced, jumped to 47.1% in 2006 from just 25.8% two decades earlier.
The film has received praise for tackling themes related to race, family, friendship and gentrification.
A bar and a beauty co-op cater to black customers in the predominantly white Dupont Circle neighborhood.
King tides and rising sea levels are creating an affordable housing crisis in Miami, Florida.
New research complicates what we know about the link between gentrification and health.
Welcome to Bo-Kaap, the picturesque Cape Town district, where tourism and foreign investment threaten the community.
They are working with activists, planners and government to turn an abandoned government building into studios, public housing and a shelter for refugees.
A tiny Oakland coffee shop offers hope for greater community control of land, housing and neighborhood-based businesses.
A new study investigates the intersection of climate change and real estate, and finds that higher elevations bring higher values.
First, the gentrifiers moved in next door. Now, they're wasting my tax dollars calling the police on their neighbors.
The Chinatown the Times sniffs at — the various “low” exotica, the wares being hawked, the tourists — is rooted in immigrants' desire to make a living.
Ford's rumored purchase of vacant Michigan Central Station raises the potentially ugly tradeoff between private cash and public benefit.
But it may be too little, too late for the city with a history of inequality
Perhaps the best places to look for signs of growing national momentum, however, are Chicago and Austin, Texas.
Some cities are trying to make bike sharing more accessible — and to combat its elite image. They’re calling it bike equity.