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  • Four Developments Earn HUD Design Awards

    Paseo Senter at Coyote Creek in San Jose, with its plaza and pedestrian roadway flanked by retail-style social service space, has earned the excellence in affordable housing design by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

  • New Program Launched to Prevent Veteran Homelessness

    In an effort to prevent homelessness among veterans, primarily those returning from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the Department of Housing and Urban Developmen (HUD) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are investing a combined $15 million in

  • Construction Begins on Big Bear Project

    Urban Housing Communities, LLC (UHC), has begun construction on The Crossings at Big Bear Lake, a 42-unit affordable housing development that will be the California resort community’s first affordable project targeted toward families.

  • HUD and HHS Collaboration Urged in Rural Areas

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Health and Human Services (HHS) should explore opportunities to link housing and supportive services for the homeless in rural areas, according to a new report.

  • HUD Launches ‘First Look’ Program for Foreclosed Homes

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has unveiled a “first look” or right-of-first-refusal program for select state and local governments and nonprofit organizations to purchase foreclosed homes.

  • Readers’ Choice Award Winners Announced

    SAN FRANCISCO — A 12-story development that provides 135 affordable apartments and helps dispel the notion that high-rises are not an appropriate building model for low-income families has been selected the overall winner in Affordable Housing Fina

  • HUD Awards NSP3 Grants

    Washington, D.C.— An additional $1 billion has been awarded to all states and a number of local communities under the third round of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP).

  • Donovan Announces Funds to Train Counselors

    OAKLAND, CALIF.—Housing Secretary Shaun Donovan announced the availability of $5.1 million in grants this week to train additional housing counselors as the number of foreclosures remains high.

  • WHEDA's Riley Joins HUD

    Antonio Riley, executive director of the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA), has been named a regional administrator for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

  • Tawa Looks Ahead as HUD Refocuses on Affordable

    It’s been a busy 14 months for Chris Tawa, to say the least.