Housing & Lofts Archive

For Gen Y, it’s not about the dream home, but the dream ‘hood: With the Gen Y generation, the largest demographic in U.S. history with
Developers favoring walkable over car-oriented 3 to 1: We know the demand for walkable communities is there, but what about
Small Cool Apartment 2010′ winners: Moving into smaller homes hasn’t only become a financial necessity, it’s fast
The 270 s.f. micro-loft announced in Vancouver: Can you say $675 a month to rent your very own newly
Mini-condos on the rise in walkable urban areas: For emerging generations, ‘quality of life’ does not mean quantity of life,
Crowdsourcing the design of live-work: Washington DC developer Jair Lynch has a unique live-work space in their
Church transformed into attainably-priced lofts: Sometimes a higher calling means living in a home one could actually
Financed crowdsourcing of green homes in DC: Crowdsourcing is often used as a tool to prove there’s a market
Americans are moving on up to smaller, smarter homes: As many now know, housing sizes have peaked, and articles like USA
The housing crisis – illustrated: For a simple look at one reason why U.S. residents are having
Hint of crowdsourcing attainably-priced homes: There seems to be some fairly strong evidence that the price of
Boston attempts to preserve artist hoods: It’s not easy to resist gentrification, but at least the City of
The 344 s.f. ‘Domestic Transformer’ apartment: You live in a studio, but you wish you had a dining
Green orgs crowdsourcing DC homes: If there’s one thing I’m glad to see, it’s not just nonprofits
Young renters want small spaces, big appeal: That’s the headline for a recent USA Today article, as developers go
Learning from the cohousing model: For many, the image that first pops into people’s heads who have
Small is cool in Seattle: While we may be familiar with city policies promoting car-free living, what
Apartment Therapy Fall Colors ’08 winners: It’s that time of year again, to profile the apartments that best
Developers provide green incentives for home buyers: There’s an emerging market for green housing and transportation, and in the
Serving creatives seeking homes in cool towns: One of the most frequently asked questions I receive is related to
SF provides models for workforce housing: You may be noticing a lot of bicycle posts lately, reflecting a
Creatives already ahead of the financial crisis: Perhaps too many people buying homes they couldn’t afford wasn’t the problem
Can attainable green condos be crowdsourced?: Following the announcement of a green home crowdsourcing program in July 2008,
250 s.f. condos for first-time home buyers: The median home price in San Francisco is $749,000, so being able
Green home crowdsourcing program launches: Buying an attainably-priced green home is a no brainer for most creatives
International Small Cool Apartments 2008: Not to be outdone by the smallest coolest apartments in the U.S.
Small Cool Apartments 2008: It’s that time of year again to check out the winners of
The continued rise of the home office: We hear a lot of buzz about the popularity of people working
Workforce housing’ and why local businesses want it: Imagine if half of all your employees suddenly couldn’t afford to live
The ultimate small apartment design guide: If you live in an apartment and you care about good design,