I'd say move over Hong Kong, but I don’t think there's enough room. In Tokyo's Times Square-esque Shibuya district, a new breed of 'share houses' offer impossibly tiny accommodations for around $500 a month.
This week in DST delights: Zsa Zsa Gabor unloads the ultimate Bel Air remodel job, a 'Real Housewife' gets permission to raze a historic Star Island estate and a Westport abode receives a Passivhaus retrofit.
Although Houstonites may be good at a lot of things, recycling is not one of them. And knowing that residents may never come around, the city proposes a technologically advanced solution dubbed One Bin for All.
A developer begins work on a 70-unit shipping container apartment complex in Texas' housing-strapped Eagle Ford Shale region with the goal of attracting folks who will stick around beyond the oil boom.