Archive: Housing

Two ways Atlanta can legalize a bigger, better Midtown
Aligning existing zoning with future plans is a political choice for Atlanta policymakers.
Nick Zaiac | January 21, 2019
Act Now to Keep Housing Affordable
As housing prices rise in Salt Lake City, so too does the cost of living, making it more difficult for businesses to attract employees.
January 15, 2019
January 12, 2019
Happy New Year!
From All of Us at Catalyst
As we toss the empty champagne bottles and say goodbye to 2018, it’s time to start thinking about what the new year will bring—aside from the multitude of would-be presidential candidates jockeying for attention.
January 1, 2019
NIMBY or YIMBY?
Would you support or oppose denser housing developments?
December 19, 2018
Alleviating California’s Housing Crisis
Take Two
The political response to California’s worsening housing shortage stands as one of the highest-stakes debates in modern American policymaking.
Nick Zaiac | December 18, 2018
Should Chicago Officials Have the Power to Stop Development Projects?
The power to approve or disapprove of particular projects is a power to determine property rights for landowners.
Nick Zaiac | December 3, 2018
How Much is Government Housing Policy Costing You?
Take our quiz to find out just how much housing policy drives up the cost of rent.
Katherine Dwyer | November 28, 2018
How Much is Government Housing Policy Costing You?
Take our quiz to find out just how much housing policy drives up the cost of rent.
Katherine Dwyer | November 28, 2018
A California Transit Agency Might Help Solve the Housing Crisis
Bill Makes BART City Planner of Last Resort for Station-Adjacent Land
Could new housing be built on land owned by BART?
Nick Zaiac | November 8, 2018