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Ark Communities and Noah Partner on Workforce Housing in Baltimore

Post-renovation, Yorkewood will offer 286 garden-style apartments across 68... More

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AHF and MFE Forum to Focus on Housing the Missing Middle

The virtual conference, slated for Aug. 10 and 11, will feature keynoter Sen. Ron... More

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Microsoft Makes $500 Million Commitment to Affordable Housing

The investment will help kick-start solutions to growing crisis in Puget Sound... More

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Building for the Workforce

Brian Swanton, president and CEO of Gorman & Co., discusses the challenges and opportunities that come with developing workforce housing. These properties often serve the “missing middle,” a population that doesn’t qualify for traditional affordable housing. He shares how his firm was able to build a project for workers in the ski resort community of Vail, Colo. More

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Avanath Acquires 553 Units .

The deal adds more than 500 units to the firm's portfolio. More

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Health-Care Workers Struggle to Afford Housing

Despite a surge in demand for health-care workers, many in the field cannot afford housing, according to the Paycheck to Paycheck report. More

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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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LIHTC-financed Micro-unit Building Under Way in Chicago

While much of the discussion about micro units has centered on young professionals, developers and architects behind a new micro-unit community in Chicago’s West Loop are instead targeting low-income renters. More

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Housing Moves Further Out of Reach

Renting a modest two-bedroom apartment inches further beyond the grasp of everyday workers across the country. More

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Labor Pains: Worker Squeeze Frustrates Developers

As the rise of the single-family market puts pressure on the costs to build, laborers are finding themselves in a pinch. More

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