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Real estate news and analysis from The Nation
January 11, 2023
Did New York’s Creative Spirit Revive During the Pandemic?
, Jeremiah Moss asks if Manhattan changed during the Covid years.
October 26, 2022
How Black Landowners in the South Are Recovering Lost Generational Wealth
and farm consolidation contributed to decades of Black-owned land loss
. In North Carolina, many are fighting to recoup what was lost.
September 22, 2022
Tish James Got the Goods on the Trump Family Grift—Now What?
While it’s nice to learn more about the crimes Trump & Co. committed, what many of us really want is to know when he’ll be held accountable.
July 27, 2022
10 Years On, London’s Olympic Legacy Is in Shambles
Much like the country’s politics, the aftermath of the 2012 Olympics has been a mess.
June 1, 2022
Fear & Loathing in San Francisco: How Chesa Boudin Got Blamed
In this reputedly progressive city, tech and real estate money has bankrolled a centrist backlash.
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February 28, 2022
Let’s Talk About the Taking of Black Land
From Seneca Village to “urban renewal,” the government has claimed Black property—rarely with the “just compensation” promised by the Fifth Amendment.
December 27, 2021
The Mayor Nobody Knows
Eric Adams takes office without having had much to say about how—or in whose interests—he’ll govern New York City.
July 26, 2021
The Rescue of the New York Public Library
—thwarted NYPL trustees’ harebrained plans and restored democracy to this vital public institution.
June 21, 2021
Why NYC Progressives Should Fear an Eric Adams Mayoralty
Is the Brooklyn Borough president worse for New York—and the left—than Andrew Yang?
May 26, 2021
The New York Story Is Not the Real Estate Story
Massive overdevelopment and warehousing apartments for the wealthy were killing New York even before the pandemic. So why are none of the mayoral candidates talking about that?