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As cities across North America grapple with homelessness, a new project visualizes how a growing number of homeless people in Vancouver have set up tent communities over the past three years.
Amazon’s explosive growth has contributed to a glut of luxury apartments in Seattle, and now landlords are offering renters free Echos and gift ...
In Amazon's Seattle neighborhood, the company's growth has contributed to a doubling of the apartment stock, The Seattle Times reports. To entice renters, many landlords are offering freebies like Amazon Echos, gift cards, and one month of rent.
San Francisco is so expensive that households making over $100,000 a year qualify for low-income housing
Four-person households that make $117,400 a year qualify for low-income housing in San Francisco and a few neighboring counties, according to a new report from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. That's just below the area's median family income of $118,400.
The San Francisco housing market is so absurd that restaurants are putting diners to work because they can’t afford to pay waiters
Housing in San Francisco is so costly, restaurant workers are leaving the city for more affordable regions, according to The New York Times. Some of the city's restaurants can't find — or can't afford — workers. They're finding solutions for operating without a staff.
The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most expensive places to live in the US. We made maps that show the every county's median home prices and what residents need to earn to live in them.
San Francisco’s housing crisis is so dire that nearly 7,000 people applied for 95 affordable apartments
In San Francisco, nearly 70 people applied for each unit at Natalie Gubb Commons, a new affordable housing complex where residents pay anywhere from $987 to $1,711 per month. Other cities across the US are also facing affordable housing shortages.
An analysis of HUD data suggests that states with higher housing prices have higher rates of homeless people.
Elected officials in Berkeley, California, are exploring launching an initial coin offering to raise funding for affordable housing.