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  • Green and Gold

    A new academic center for student athletes scores performance with LEDs.

  • Tim DuRoche

    Director of programs for the World Affairs Council of Oregon talks about the value of architecture centers.

  • Is Rain-Screen Siding Worth the Effort?

    It's good insurance against problems caused by wind-driven rain, but experts wonder whether the additional cost is necessary.

  • Oregon Reserves LIHTCs

    SALEM, ORE.—Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) has committed $34.1 million in low-income housing tax credits, grants, and loans to fund 913 units of affordable housing.

  • Oregon Designs Needs Analysis Tool

    Officials at Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) are using a new analysis of unmet housing needs to help determine where low-income housing tax credits and other limited resources are distributed.

  • Oregon Awards ARRA Funds to Seven Projects

    Nearly $19 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds will help kick-start seven affordable housing developments in Oregon

  • Homestead Audit Concludes

    Homestead Capital, a nonprofit syndicator of low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) that came under investigation last year, avoided penalties but not the criticism of the Oregon Department of Justice, which reviewed the compensation and expenses paid to the organization’s former president and CEO.

  • OREGON

    SALEM—Affordable housing developers will compete for about $7.3 million in low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) in Oregon in 2008.

  • Industry Funding for Education

    Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design (HLB) has contributed $25,000 to the Nuckolls Fund for Lighting Education in honor of the late Jules Horton, founder of HLB, to establish an annual Jules Horton International Student Achievement Award scholarship in the amount of $5,000. The scholarship will be...

  • Portland, Maine

    One of the few working waterfronts left in the United States, Portland is expanding beyond its seafaring tradition and embracing an entrepreneurial spirit.