Housing is local, but money is global. What is the best way to allocate our resources toward housing affordability? In this episode, our resident housing finance expert Richard K. Green will walk us step-by-step through these winding routes we’ve constructed to access the American dream.
People are moving back into the cities, and cities are once again building the things that people want. But where should they go? In this episode, we define, describe, and debate “transit-oriented development” with Seva Rodnyansky.
It’s one of the few things that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump agreed on, but it’s nowhere to be seen on the current legislative agenda. Why do both a majority of both parties want paid … Continue reading Our American Discourse, Ep. 10: Paid Family Leave and Work-Life Balance in Today’s America
As a member of the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, I’m proud to add my name to this letter to the editor in the New York Times.
What if the city’s rental affordability crisis were in your hands? Would you do something about it? In this episode, we get down to the grassroots of housing advocacy with Sonja Trauss.