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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... More

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Famed Brewery Becomes Affordable Artist Lofts Famed Brewery Becomes Affordable Artist Lofts

An iconic brewery has been transformed into artist lofts in St. Paul, Minn. More

A New Day in Harlem
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A New Day in Harlem

Broadway Housing's new development boasts affordable housing, a preschool, and the... More

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Historic Minneapolis Flour Mill Undergoes $150 Million Renovation Historic Minneapolis Flour Mill Undergoes $150 Million Renovation

A historic flour mill in Minneapolis is getting a makeover and will soon become home to more than 250 affordable live/work artist apartments. More

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Loss of RDA Funds to Cost California Thousands of Affordable Units

The demise of local redevelopment agencies means California will lose 4,500 to 6,500 new affordable housing units annually. More

Developer Focuses on Adaptive Reuse to Revitalize Its Home Region
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Developer Focuses on Adaptive Reuse to Revitalize Its Home Region

Holly Wiedemann, president of Lexington, Ky.–based AU Associates, shares how her... More

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Holding Steady Holding Steady

Affordable housing's top owners look ahead to preservation strategies and potentially fewer funding options. More

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Ten Steps to Better Manage Crime Risk in ApartmentPortfolios

Criminal behavior on one of your apartment properties can harm community livability, reduce your property’s value, or worse yet, leave you liable for damages. More

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New Markets Tax Credits: a look ahead

The envelope has been opened and the New Markets Tax Credit awardees have been announced. After diligent review, the Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Fund has made its selections for the 2002 allocation recipients. More

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