Accessible Housing

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300 Units in Chicago Preserved

CHICAGO—Mercy Housing Lakefront is leveraging $68 million to rehabilitate and preserve two apartment developments in the city’s Uptown community. More

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California Releases Proposed Changes

The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee has released its proposed regulation changes, including the elimination of its small development set-aside, for 2011. More

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Special-Needs Finalists

BALTIMORE After beginning as a home for a wealthy family, the Margaret Jenkins House served as an orphanage and a school for African-  More

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Keeping Austin Affordable

AUSTIN, TEXAS—A popular bumper sticker here reads “Keep Austin Weird.” More

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Supportive Housing Hit Hard

The economic downturn is taking a toll on some of the people who need resources and housing the most. Funds and investors are taking to the sidelines, and special-needs projects are being put on hold, in some cases for an unknown amount of time. More

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CTCAC Unveils Proposed LIHTC Changes

The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee has released its proposed regulation changes for 2010. More

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Gain Control of Property Taxes

Local tax assessment rules and practices have a lasting effect on returns to developers and owners of affordable housing. More

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Bon Jovi Steps Up for Housing

ROCKER JON BON JOVI is helping to build 51 affordable units with support for lowincome and special-needs residents in Newark, N.J. More

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Work in Progress

It didn’t take long for Katrina to sweep through the Gulf Coast and displace thousands of New Orleans residents. More

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The Case for Supportive Housing

Despite a shortfall in critical financing, supportive-housing proposals can compete with other deals, said executives at the “Serving Special-Needs Populations and Underwriting Tenant Services” panel at AHF Live. More

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2024 Readers’ Choice Awards Open for Nominations

The deadline to enter your outstanding affordable housing developments is April 1. More

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