ULI Charlotte hosted the Hip Hop Architecture Camp and Lotus was lucky enough to be a sponsor. The Hip Hop Architecture Camp uses hip hop culture as a catalyst to introduce underrepresented youth to architecture, urban planning and design.
The president has noticed that people are living on the streets in California. Solutions are unlikely to follow.
In this podcast Molly McCabe and Eve Picker explore housing the homeless, real estate projects that make community, and the future of impact investing.
Housing is one area of American life where government really is the problem. The United States is suffering from an acute shortage of affordable places to live, particularly in the urban areas where economic opportunity increasingly is concentrated.
A special investigator for the United Nations presented a report to the General Assembly on the global housing crisis, pointing out that a quarter of the world’s urban population now live in “informal settlements” or encampments...