This report from the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing provides a broad-based overview of this rapidly evolving landscape. It profiles 16 leading efforts to preserve multifamily workforce and affordable housing, including below-market debt funds, private equity vehicles, and real estate investment trusts.
Naturally occurring affordable housing (NOAH) is essential to the economic vitality of Twin Cities communities and enables employees to live near work and school while supporting employers to retain a stable workforce.
A proposal to bring affordable housing to teachers in the Miami-Dade school system is explained.
Denver City Council approved a controversial plan to raise $150 million over the next 10 years for affordable housing, however they are short on funds.
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.