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27 Firms to Lead Solar Surge

Affordable housing developers and service providers have committed to installing more than 150 megawatts of on-site renewable energy. More

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Affordable Apartments Decline in NYC

A new study reveals that New York City lost 385,000 units, or nearly 40 percent of its affordable apartments, between 2002 and 2011. More

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Habitat Marks a Milestone

Habitat for Humanity International celebrated its landmark 25th anniversary in 2001 not by recounting its past successes but by pledging to build even more homes. More

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Soundtrack Benefits Gulf Rebuilding

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, Dave Matthews, Sheryl Crow, and the Dixie Chicks are among the... More

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Capital Magnet Fund: CDFI Fund Launches FY 2010Funding Round

The CDFI Fund recently published proposed rules as well as a Notice of Funds... More

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Make It Safe

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Fighting crime in a community sometimes begins when a developer walks up to the door of a resident and knocks. More

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Neighborhood group fights blight

Oklahoma City -- Tired of the vacant and dilapidated houses in their neighborhood, the members of the Capitol View Neighborhood Association decided to take matters into their own hands. More

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