Washington, DC's 11th Street Bridge Park demonstrates the possibilities and challenges of development.
DC area residents have a generally positive perception of their home, but satisfaction varies by income levels and ethnic groups.
A recent documentary shares the stories of families living in a high-crime Milwaukee neighborhood.
President Trump’s proposed cuts to the federal workforce will have a disproportionate impact on DC's employment and residents.
What exactly are the costs of segregation on metropolitan regions, and how does it limit economic vibrancy and earnings potential of residents?
Beyond the moral arguments for inclusion and equity, placemaking can help strengthen local economies, reduce crime, and drive civic engagement.
For DC's new 11th Street Bridge Park to realize its potential as a public space and connect Anacostia to the rest of the city, planners must honestly answer, who is this for?