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  • Solar Installations Energize Residents

    The solar energy switch was flipped on Sunwheel Energy Partners’ first set of affordable housing projects in California at the end of January.

  • Pop Quiz

    Meet Linda Mandolini, executive director of Eden Housing, Inc., a nonprofit firm that has developed more than 5,000 affordable units in California.

  • Low-Emission Bath Vanity

    All of cabinet manufacturer Xylem’s vanities are made from wood products that comply with California’s stringent new air-quality standards, which impose strict limits on formaldehyde emissions.

  • What Recession? Young Developer Delivers First Project Despite the Odds.

    Fewer units are coming online these days, but one development newcomer in Southern California is determined to defy the odds. The 27-year-old just completed his first mixed-use deal and has begun work on a second.

  • Multifamily Predicted to Hit Bottom by Year End

    If you thought the multifamily industry bottomed out in 2009, hold on to your hats. The murky depths of the Great Recession are still to come, according to recent forecasts.

  • JLC Report

    Massachusetts requires continuing education for relicensing; FEMA’s redrawn flood maps boost insurance rates; California grapples with net-metering policy; more

  • Multifamily Predicted to Hit Bottom by Year End

    If you thought the multifamily industry bottomed out in 2009, hold on to your hats.

  • NMTC Deals Move Forward in N.Y., L.A.

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  • Case Challenges California’s InclusionaryHousing Laws

    Affordable housing advocates in California are keeping a close eye on local housing laws this year after a developer won a major victory in his challenge of a Los Angeles plan.

  • Exchange Program Could Spur 155 CaliforniaProjects

    Nearly 13,000 affordable housing units could begin construction in California this year, generating more than 16,000 jobs, if equity investments are combined with the exchange of otherwise unusable 4 percent and 9 percent low-income housing tax credits (L