More and more builders are taking advantage of urban infill opportunities to provide luxury and amenities
The rising popularity of accessory dwelling units in the residential market is celebrated by builders looking to add supply to existing neighborhoods, but what homeowners will benefit from reduced square footage?
Builders and Sacramento County officials are advocating for housing policy changes to allow infill projects in single-family neighborhoods
Renters and homeowners in most major U.S. metros are in favor of modest densification measures to create more affordable housing
Backyard units and clandestine add-ons are shortcutting legal housing but solving a national affordability crisis at the same time
Residential architecture firm Housing Design Matters found a quaint open lot in the town of Greenville, SC, but the infill presented several…