Typology: From Shelter to Investment

Here it is one week since our name change. I wish could say it went off without a glitch, but we had some. We were offline due to some kind of hacking from someone planting malware on the site. We got that cleaned up, and our email finally synced up as well, so it looks […]

Durkan’s Housing Plan is About More Money, Not More Housing

Jenny Durkan has a housing plan. While it touts microhousing as part of the solution and supports the notion of vouchers (just helping people with their rent now) as being more efficient that building $500,000 units in 5 years, it still is missing the fundamental point: we have a housing scarcity problem, not a public funding problem. […]

Tim Burgess: New Mayor Has Mixed Record on Housing

If you want to read a well written if really long article on our new Mayor, Tim Burgess, check out Hayat Norimine’s article on him, “Is Consensus Gone After Tim Burgess?” I’ve known Burgess for a decade. He spent a fair amount of time in the offices adjacent to the ones taken by The Great City […]