Single Room Occupancy: A Relic Best Left to the Past or a Way to Make Cities More Affordable?

Single Room Occupancy (SRO) was once a norm in cities in the United States. Its demise was fed by a number of variables, but that it has nearly disappeared is of little dispute. Is that a good thing? City Lab┬árecently took a look in a visual article, “When America’s Basic Housing Unit Was a Bed, […]

Interesting Trends in the Urban World

I run across a pretty constant stream of articles related to all things urban. Generally I bookmark them for later use. I’ve often used one or another as a basis for an article about something in Knoxville. For this round, I want to hit you with several. It’s a good way to spot trends and […]