After half a century as a sanctuary for Indigenous people in New York City, the American Indian Community House still seeks a permanent home.
As faith-based institutions struggle with a litany of real estate woes, the non-profit Bricks and Mortals is here to help find theologically-sound solutions.
In Western Queens, activists see a waterfront warehouse as an opportunity to broaden the horizons of a community's control over its own future.
In two conversations, five years apart, residents of a Naturally Occurring Retirement Community reflect on the ups and downs of aging in place in New York City.
A decade ago, Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities seemed like a really good idea. How are they doing now?
This is what democracy looks like: not only public squares, but office buildings. In the Lower East Side, the Peace Pentagon was the source point for four decades of resistance.