Brookhaven is the first city in metro Atlanta to adopt a mandatory citywide inclusionary zoning ordinance as one way to tackle housing affordability.
New single-family homes built in the Westside as part of the Legacy Home partnership welcome families struggling with homelessness.
This case study examines the demographics of Sandy Springs as well as the housing market. It outlines a a variety of possible affordable housing interventions.
Sandy Springs’ North End Task Force is sent proposals to redevelop the area to the City Council without the approval of three members, who are affordable housing advocates. The advocates presented an alternative plan that called for anti-displacement measures.
A number of major U.S. Cities are making a shift in single family zoning amid mounting crises over housing affordability, racial inequality and climate change, and beginning to incorporate more required workforce housing.