Three homes sit on a single plot of land in Berkeley, Calif., Oct. 11, 2017. As cities struggle to keep up with demand, they have remade their skylines with condominium and apartment – but single-family neighborhoods, where low-density living is treated as sacrosanct, have rarely been part of the equation.
Three homes sit on a single plot of land in Berkeley, Calif., Oct. 11, 2017. As cities struggle to keep up with demand, they have remade their skylines with condominium and apartment – but single-family neighborhoods, where low-density living is treated as sacrosanct, have rarely been part of the equation. Andrew Burton NYT
Three homes sit on a single plot of land in Berkeley, Calif., Oct. 11, 2017. As cities struggle to keep up with demand, they have remade their skylines with condominium and apartment – but single-family neighborhoods, where low-density living is treated as sacrosanct, have rarely been part of the equation. Andrew Burton NYT

The great American single-family home problem

December 05, 2017 04:15 AM