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  • The Next Generation

    Passionate about affordable housing, innovative, and enterprising are all fitting descriptions for AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE's 2009 Young Leaders.

  • In the News

    Stringent new energy code offers flexibility; company fined for breaking FTC’s R-value rule; Denver’s moratorium on fees pays off; PV-panel prices decline; more

  • Ride On

    AT THE TIME OF ITS groundbreaking in 1998, Highlands Garden Village in Denver was hailed by the Congress for New Urbanism (CNU) as a next-generation example of high-density, transit-linked, mixed-income, mixed-use, and environmentally-sustainable community development.

  • Green Finalists

    GREENSBURG, KAN. Prairie Pointe Townhomes marks a big step in the revival of this rural community.

  • Storm Coming?

  • Keeping the Faith

    DENVER—This is how many aff ordable housing units Mercy Housing owns: 14,515. This is how many units Mercy has in some phase of development: 5,400. And this is how many Mercy wants to participate in over the next fi ve years: 65,000.

  • POAH Focuses on Policy

    DENVER—The deteriorating housing market of Florida recently became an important backdrop for Boston-based Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc. (POAH), on a twofold basis.

  • AIMCO Consolidates Senior Management

    Denver-based Apartment Investment and Management Co. (AIMCO) has decided to consolidate its senior management ranks

  • CHFA Back in the Bond Business

    The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) issued $90 million in fixed-rate, tax-exempt single-family mortgage revenue bonds in March.

  • CHFA’s Alexander Announces Retirement

    Milroy Alexander, executive director of the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA), announced his retirement, effective in November.