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The New York Times

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under The New York Times, from most recent to least.

Why DC is The New York Times Top Place to Visit in 2020

Why DC is The New York Times Top Place to Visit in 2020

Nena Perry-Brown | January 9th 2020

The newspaper just published an article naming DC as its top place to visit in 2020. Here's why. ... read »

The DC Neighborhoods Where White Homebuyers’ Income is Double That of Existing Residents

The DC Neighborhoods Where White Homebuyers’ Income is Double That of Existing Residents

Nena Perry-Brown | April 29th 2019

The latest analysis of gentrification nationwide shows the difference in income between new homebuyers and those who already resided in a given area. ... read »

Is Baltimore DC’s Twin City? Or Is It Boston?

Is Baltimore DC’s Twin City? Or Is It Boston?

Nena Perry-Brown | April 3rd 2018

A new tool published by the New York Times insists that Baltimore is DC for people who don't want to live in DC. ... read »

On Affordable Housing, is Airbnb the Problem or the Solution?

On Affordable Housing, is Airbnb the Problem or the Solution?

Lark Turner | June 17th 2015

The New York Times' Room for Debate took on the question in a Tuesday discussion. ... read »

Report: Median Mortgage Payments Equal to Median Rents

Report: Median Mortgage Payments Equal to Median Rents

Mark Wellborn | October 14th 2011 | 3 Comments

Capital Economics is reporting that the median monthly rental payment in the U.S. is almost the same as the median mortgage payment for the first... read »

Foreclosures Become Free Farmer’s Markets

Foreclosures Become Free Farmer’s Markets

Mark Wellborn | August 15th 2011

In some metropolitan areas across the country, the gardens and fruit trees of foreclosed properties have become the equivalent of free farmer's... read »

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