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  • The Cost of Concessions

    Last month, my mom flew out from California to spend a long weekend with me in Washington, D.C.

  • Urban Finalists

    OAKLAND, CALIF.Young adults who have nowhere to go when they age out of the foster-care system have found a home at the Madison at 14th Street Apartments.

  • Seniors Finalists

    HAYWARD, CALIF.The construction of 104 new apartments and the rehabilitation of 149 existing units come together at Paulson Park Senior Apartments.

  • Special-Needs Finalists

    BALTIMORE After beginning as a home for a wealthy family, the Margaret Jenkins House served as an orphanage and a school for African- 

  • Most Likely to Succeed

    The classroom of the future raises the bar with innovative lighting solutions

  • People

    Carol Galante, a recognizable and progressive thought leader within affordable and multifamily housing circles, was named deputy assistant secretary of multifamily housing at HUD.

  • Lecture, In Memoriam

    The California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC) recently established the Don Aumann Memorial Lecture in Lighting Efficiency.

  • California Delays LIHTC Round

    SACRAMENTO, CALIF.—The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee (CTCAC) postponed its first round of allocating low-income housing tax credits so it could put into place the many provisions of the new American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

  • Rebates Energize Solar Retrofits

    Affordable housing owners who want to retrofit their developments to go solar in California have an additional rebate incentive to help them do so.

  • Ten Fifty B Rising

    SAN DIEGO—While many affordable housing developers in California are struggling with the state’s freeze on bond funds, at least one development is proceeding as expected.