California's fiscal crisis has the state in a hot mess, specifically a $42 billion hole.
One-on-One with Len Auerbach
With a career that has spanned more than 35 years, Len Auerbach is that rare lighting designer whose practice successfully bridges the worlds of theater and architecture.
Advocates Discuss Funding Sources, HousingSolutions
SAN FRANCISCO—Some cities are broke. The low-income housing tax credit market is down about 30 percent, and critical bond money for housing programs in California is about to come to an end.
Go West: CWCapital Buys Sierra Capital Partners
CWCapital has acquired multifamily lender Sierra Capital Partners in a push to expand on the West Coast.
CTCAC Unveils Proposed LIHTC Changes
The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee has released its proposed regulation changes for 2010.
Mercy Opens S.F. Project
Mercy Housing California held a dedication ceremony for its new 10th & Mission Family Housing development in San Francisco.
BRIDGE Housing Names CEO
Cynthia A. Parker, a regional president for Mercy Housing, has been selected as president and CEO of BRIDGE Housing, one of the largest affordable housing developers and owners in California.
Matt Franklin is president of Mid-Peninsula Housing Coalition, one of California's leading nonprofit affordable housing developers.
L.A. Ranked Meanest to the Homeless
Los Angeles is the meanest city in America when it comes to its treatment of the homeless, according to a new report by the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty and the National Coalition for the Homeless.
New Head of CDLAC Appointed
SACRAMENTO, CALIF.—Sean L. Spear has been named executive director of the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee (CDLAC) by state Treasurer Bill Lockyer.