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When gentrification begins, neighborhoods can become more integrated and diverse -- but too often, they then end up predominantly white.
The Silicon Valley giant has unveiled eye-catching designs for its new office complex. Also: It wants to build oodles of new housing.
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If New York's suburbs build more dense, affordable housing, it will be good for lower-income residents -- and for the environment too.
A new San Francisco service promises to reimagine the horrors of the daily commute by strapping a hipster coffee shop onto a bus chassis.
Robert Garcia, the mayor of Long Beach, talks cars, the port, and why green is second nature for him.
Big solar projects don't have to be built in undeveloped areas, new research finds. We could fit them right into developed urban areas.
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