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October 2020

Inside the $1 Billion Bid to Rescue Affordable Housing in Walnut Creek, CA

A new partnership between housing groups aims to give nonprofit developers the resources they need to preserve affordable apartments. . . . Read More

BeltLine purchases key property in Southwest Atlanta

“This investment of more than a half billion dollars of development . . . will spur much needed job creation, small business opportunities, and affordable housing options in these communities," . . . Read More

The Hub entertainment venue named as first Northline tenant in Leander, TX

The Northline project is a 115-acre, mixed-use project in Leander’s transit-oriented development area between US 183 and 183A Toll. . . . Read More

Sacramento’s Affordable Housing Deficit Gains 140 Units

EAH Housing recently acquired an 1.27-acre site at 1901 Broadway, an infill transit-oriented multifamily development site in the Broadway Corridor with intent to build a 140-unit affordable housing project. . . .Read More

What Should Come To Corner Of Howard And Ashland? Rogers Park Neighbors Asked To Submit Ideas

Instead of developers pitching ideas for the city-owned lot, a new initiative is asking neighbors to lead the redevelopment effort. . . . Read More

Developers and City Officials Celebrate Ribbon Cutting For Affordable Housing At 22 South West In Mount Vernon

Located at 22 South West Street, the 17-story building is about one block away from the Bronx River waterfront and is connected by several major thoroughfares including the Bronx River Parkway, as well as the Metro-North Railroad’s Mount Vernon West train... Continue Reading →

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