http://opportunityurbanism.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/street-view-market-st.jpg 321 845 Wendell Cox http://opportunityurbanism.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/COU_masthead.png Wendell Cox2016-10-05 11:36:312017-03-14 12:55:11Urban Containment, Endangered Working Families and Beleaguered Minorities
By Wendell Cox — Urban containment efforts, in the form of excessive land use regulation to stop development on the urban periphery a key to shortage of affordable housing.
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Center for Opportunity Urbanism is a non-profit dedicated to preserving the American dream and promoting upward mobility for all Americans. This video from COU explores America’s housing crisis --- focusing on the new generation.
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By Joel Kotkin and Wendell Cox — Jerry Brown worrying about the California housing crisis is akin to the French policeman played by Claude Rains in “Casablanca” being “shocked, shocked” about gambling at the bar...
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By Joel Kotkin — What's next? San Francisco is now home to 80,000 more dogs than children...
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By Wendell Cox — There is a serious housing affordability crisis in both California and San Bernardino County, and it goes beyond the intractable shortage of affordable housing for low-income households...
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By Joel Kotkin — This new report examines the economic impact of the lack of affordable housing...
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By Fanis Grammenos — We regularly hear the argument that living in a compact city is more affordable than living in one that is more spread out. But what does the data actually show about the cost of housing in compact cities, and the cost of transport in these dense places?
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Collaboration by: Joel Kotkin, Wendell Cox, Michael Lind, Morley…
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The Center for Opportunity Urbanism (COU) "America's Housing…
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By Joel Kotkin and Mark Schill — Which cities have the best chance to prosper in the coming decade? The question is a complex one, and as the economy changes, so, too, will the best-positioned cities.
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