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  • 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.

  • Washington Update

    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