Guest Commentaries

Enterprise Updates Cost-Effective Framework for All Affordable Housing Thomas Osdoba, vice president of green initiatives at Enterprise Community Partners.

Enterprise's Tom Osdoba and Katie Swenson outline new features of the 2015 Enterprise Green Communities Criteria.

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Served Residents Equal Stable Communities F. Janisse

Flynann Janisse of Rainbow Housing Assistance Corp. explains how resident service programs help stabilize a property.

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A Consistent Approach to Recognizing Developer Fee Revenue

Some consensus is finally forming around the proper accounting method for reporting developer fees in financial statements.

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Project-Based VASH: Powering the Push to End Chronic Homelessness Among Veterans D. Burkhart

Debbie Burkart of National Equity Fund discusses the role of the HUD-VASH program in ending veteran homelessness.

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Latest News

The Real Problem with U.S. Housing Policy
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The Real Problem with U.S. Housing Policy

The United States spends far more on homeowner subsidies than it does on... Read more

HUD Secretary Julian Castro: On Housing, Texas, and 2016
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HUD Secretary Julian Castro: On Housing, Texas, and 2016

HUD Secretary Julian Castro, the youngest member of President Obama's Cabinet and... Read more

George Lucas Proposes 224 Units in Marin County
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George Lucas Proposes 224 Units in Marin County

The filmmaker has proposed 120 workforce units and 104 seniors units at Grady... Read more

A Finishing Touch on Woodstock Commons
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A Finishing Touch on Woodstock Commons

A painting celebrates the locals behind the affordable housing community Read more

 Form Meets Function in Modern Affordable Housing Design
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Form Meets Function in Modern Affordable Housing Design

At one of the newest affordable housing design projects in downtown San Francisco,... Read more

Vouchers in Hand, Idaho Vets Still Struggle to Find Housing
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Vouchers in Hand, Idaho Vets Still Struggle to Find Housing

Stigma and a tight rental market are making it tough for homeless Idaho veterans... Read more

Leopold Joins Freddie Mac
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Leopold Joins Freddie Mac

David Leopold becomes VP of affordable housing production for the multifamily... Read more

People on the Move 4.14.15
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People on the Move 4.14.15

Read about the latest industry personnel moves. Read more

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Projects

San Diego Developer Begins Its Largest Project Wakeland Housing and Development Corp. is building Atmosphere, a 205-unit affordable housing development in downtown San Diego. The project replaces a failed condo deal that had been planned for the site by another firm. (Rendering courtesy of Joseph Wong Design Associates)

Wakeland Housing breaks ground on a key downtown development.

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New York’s Dunn Development Continues to Break Ground Dunn Development's Highbridge Overlook, which was completed in 2014, includes a rooftop terrace that overlooks the Harlem River and Highbridge Park in northern Manhattan.

The Brooklyn-based firm will help to rejuvenate an East New York corridor and start construction on a new project utilizing funds from a state income-averaging pilot program this year.

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Innovative Multigenerational Development Wraps Up The Easthampton Meadow community was built with seniors and families with foster children in mind. (Photo: Bruce T. Martin Photography)

A socially innovative multigenerational housing community for seniors and families adopting children from foster care has been completed in Easthampton, Mass.

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Developers Seek to Restore Lost Luster to Baltimore's Marlborough Building The Marlborough, a historic apartment building in Baltimore, is being renovated and preserved as affordable housing by Cambridge Housing Partners.

The Marlborough, once one of the most elegant apartment buildings in Baltimore, is set to be renovated and preserved as affordable housing.

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Latest Features

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Small Wonders Small Wonders

Though they aren't afford the economies of scale of larger projects, small developments are a crucial part of the local fabric in many communities. Read more

A Critical Mission: Developing Veterans Housing
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A Critical Mission: Developing Veterans Housing

Developers are answering the call to build affordable housing for veterans. Read... Read more

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The Path to Resiliency The Path  to Resiliency

Heeding lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy, affordable ­housing groups strengthen their buildings, organizations, and preparedness plans Read more

On Holy Ground: Church Buildings Become Seniors Housing
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On Holy Ground: Church Buildings Become Seniors Housing

A set of landmark buildings has been transformed into affordable housing for... Read more

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