Mangano Champions Supportive Housing
WASHINGTON, D.C. - If your state, city, or county recently adopted a 10-year plan to end chronic homelessness, Philip Mangano probably had something to do with it.
Now You See It…
Like many U.S. cities, Washington, D.C., is booming. But capital expansion comes at a price. The city's library system may abandon its Mies-designed headquarters. The site is ripe for redevelopment, and the building's future is unclear.
Architecture of Democracy
American architecture embodies the ideals of democracy for which our revolution was fought and our Constitution created.
Housing preserved in tourist town
Newport, R.I.—50 Washington Square, one of the oldest supportive housing communities in the country, is still on the cutting edge.
Edson Awards honor tax credit projects
Washington, D.C. – Some of the best affordable housing developers in the country came to Capitol Hill June 7 to receive their prizes at the 12th annual Charles L. Edson Tax Credit Excellence Awards.
Preparing for a better future
I first walked into the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) building as a young reporter for a Washington, D.C.,
NCSHA celebrates 20 years of the housing tax credit
Washington, D.C. — The National Council of State Housing Agencies (NCSHA) threw a birthday party for the low-income housing tax credit here March 7.
Apartment groups blast FEMA
Calling it a “heartbreaking” waste of money, apartment associations blasted the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in February for spending almost $1 billion on 26,000 mobile homes that sat unused.
Final deadline nears for M2M
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Mark-to-Market (M2M) program, one of the most successful preservation programs ever run by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), is set to close for business Sept. 30, 2006.
Congress has approved an increase in low-income housing tax credit and tax-exempt bond authority as part of a package of tax incentives (H.R. 4440) to promote recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina