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  • Enlux relocates headquarters

    LED manufacturer

  • Restoring the New Jersey landmark required a balancing act between maintaining original lighting features and incorporating twenty-first-century technologies.

    designed by architect cass gilbert, the essex county courthouse was built in 1907 of solid stone and its interiors adorned with Tiffany glass, murals painted by artist Edwin H. Blashfield, and furniture pieces also designed by Gilbert. The building underwent significant changes in the 1920s, when...

  • Stagecraft and Hinson Lighting

    has announced the opening of a regional sales office in Phoenix, Arizona, and the appointment of Buddy Combs as its regional sales representative (602-354-3443); and Tony Dunne has been named president of

  • Pioneering Deal Uses NMTCs for Housing-OnlyProject

    Pasadena, Calif. - In the expensive Southern California housing market, crafting a financing structure that yields homeownership costs affordable to low-income buyers is enormously challenging.

  • Arizona: Not just for wealthy snowbirds anymore

    Gilbert, Ariz.—A city at the edge of one of the nation’s hottest retirement communities has made affordable housing for seniors a vital part of its downtown expansion—and it has put its money where its mouth is.

  • Housing agency executives discuss challenges, solutions

    Housing finance agencies (HFAs) across the nation are engaged in a balancing act, trying to meet the significant affordable housing needs of their states while working with a limited amount of resources.

  • Project-based voucher program’s final rules take some by surprise

    In this issue: New Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) final rules affecting Sec. 42: rent restrictions for project-based voucher units and the student rule. Also, is there a change in Sec. 42 utility allowances pending?

  • No consistency in valuing housing tax credit properties

    The unique characteristics of low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) properties make it difficult for assessors to agree on how to value them for property tax purposes. 

  • Letters

    Safety factor; willing workers; school days; starting a training program; insurance-work advice; setting the record straight in Arizona; more

  • In The News

    Storm-protection products take off; Arizona cracks down; Washington state's safety-inspection spat; private firms to conduct inspections in Houston; more