Resilient Design

Affordable Housing Development Helps to Revitalize Binghamton, N.Y.
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Affordable Housing Development Helps to Revitalize Binghamton, N.Y.

The 37-unit Binghamton Gateway also boasts resiliency measures. More

New Senior Development in New Jersey Model of Resiliency
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New Senior Development in New Jersey Model of Resiliency

Community Investment Strategies utilizes lessons learned from Enterprise Learning... More

Nonprofit Rebuilds in Tornado-Ravaged Town
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Nonprofit Rebuilds in Tornado-Ravaged Town

New affordable townhomes are coming to Phil Campbell, Ala., which suffered... More

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Colorado Awards Nearly $5 Million in LIHTCs in Second Round

Six projects will provide housing for families, seniors, and formerly homeless households across the state. More

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When Disaster Strikes When Disaster Strikes

With the numerous natural disasters that have plagued various areas of the country over the past several years, ranging from hurricanes Katrina and Sandy to the Joplin, Mo., tornadoes, many affordable housing projects and their stakeholders have felt the physical and financial effects left in the wake of these events. Among these effects is the possibility of tax credit loss and even recapture. More

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Are You Prepared for a Disaster?

Hurricane Sandy has prompted many affordable housing providers to analyze and revise their emergency plans and engage residents so they are better prepared when disaster strikes. More

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HUD Announces Third Round of Sandy Disaster Recovery Funds

Four states and New York City receive more than $2.5 billion to address remaining needs; HUD and New Jersey announce settlement agreement to expand recovery programs. More

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First Moves Made on Tax Extenders, Disaster Credits

Affordable housing industry leaders put recent housing tax credit legislation into focus. More

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