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  • NuRock teams with nonprofit to aid victims ofdomestic abuse

    Canton, Ga. -‘You could hang glide out here,” said affordable housing developer Rob Hoskins, referring to the open space and picturesque hills of this bedroom community located 40 miles north of Atlanta and minutes from mountains the Cherokee Indians called “The Great Blue Hills of God.”

  • The Perfect Storm

    Condominiums have been good to Savannah.

  • Inclusionary Zoning Catches On

    Editor’s note: The following is a transcript of an Editorial Forum held by Hanley Wood, LLC, the publisher of Affordable Housing Finance and Apartment Finance Today magazines, in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 12.

  • Making Their Own Rules

    Just weeks before the fall semester got under way, the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta announced that it didn’t have enough student housing. 

  • DCA pushes for small, rural housing

    Atlanta Thanks to a revised qualified allocation plan (QAP), more than a third of the low-income housing tax credit applications being evaluated are for small, rural projects.

  • REGIONAL NEWS

    On the Road to Success: Illinois’ Comprehensive Housing Plan 2006 identifies current spending earmarked for affordable housing at six different state agencies.

  • Selecting Windows for Coastal Homes

    All windows worth buying should carry a valid warranty and meet basic structural and thermal performance measures. On the coast, however, strong winds and blowing rain make it imperative that windows meet even more stringent performance requirements. Editor Clayton DeKorne sorts through the...

  • Lane cuts down on accidents

    Atlanta – Lane Co. has dramatically reduced the number of on-the-job accidents during the last several years.

  • Condo developer partners with hotel

    Atlanta – A local high-end condominium developer has been tapped by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., to build its latest project here in the heart of the Buckhead area.

  • In the News

    Wood and steel prices, prosecuting unintentional code violations, slimmed-down energy bill, using tires in septic fields