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  • Struggling to Close

    LANSING, MICH.— Keith Molin thinks investors in low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) should take a good look at his state.

  • States Begin Planning for ARRA Changes

    California and Michigan are among the states that have released proposed regulation changes to incorporate the new American Recovery and Reinvestment Act resources into their low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) programs.

  • Seal of Approval for Historic Green Rehab

    GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.—Before Verne Barry could help others, he had to rehabilitate himself.

  • Tune into MSHDA

    THE MICHIGAN STATE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (MSHDA) has launched a new cable show to reach residents across the state.


    MIDLAND, MICH. -- Brookstone Capital, a Midland-based developer, has completed two affordable housing projects in Michigan.

  • New LED Partnerships

    The Zumtobel Group has forged a partnership with Cree that will enable Zumtobel to use Cree's high-brightness LED chips in new general lighting products and projects across all its brands, and also to enter new market segments for LED lighting. Manufacturer ilumisys is partnering with the State of...

  • Disability Advocacy Groups Oppose MSHDA's Supportive Housing Set-Asides

    A debate over how to use tax credits to create supportive housing is brewing in Michigan.


    LANSING—The Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) has overhauled its 2008 qualified allocation plan (QAP), proposing significant changes that include mandating green and sustainable design features, introducing new holdback criteria, and changing the way income levels are calculated.

  • A Healthy Glow

    SmithGroup's YMCA design energizes downtown Detroit.

  • GRAM Green

    In Michigan, Kulapat Yantrasast of why architecture designs what is set to be the nation's first LEED-certified art museum.