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    RICHMOND—Developers will have to do more to win low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) in Virginia in 2008.

  • Reader's Choice: Developer Takes Novel Approach to Seniors Housing

    ABINGDON, VA. - The 29-unit ElderSpirit Community seeks to offer an alternative kind of independent-living community, one in which close-knit residents will care for one another as they grow older.

  • Rundown Housing Complex Gets Gut Rehab

    FREDERICKSBURG, VA. - After failing its federally mandated inspections for two years in a row, the oldest HUD-subsidized apartment complex in Virginia was on the verge of being lost to the community as an affordable housing resource.

  • Steep Discounts for Virginia WorkforceHousing

    BRISTOW, VA . - A small housing development in eastern Virginia is offering big discounts on homeownership to teachers, social workers, police officers, and other workers who live in the area but don’t earn enough to buy homes at prevailing market prices.

  • Q & A

    A Auger: We’ve hired a supportive-housing coordinator who is working toward developing a coordinated approach with a variety of stakeholders who want housing for their consumers.

  • Q & A

    What new financing programs do you have for developers?

  • specification insights

    presented at the s fifth annual education conference in Alexandria, Virginia, last October, and sent to IALD members in December, the 2005 Edition of Guidelines for Specification Integrity, a joint venture with the Lighting Industry Resource Council, is only the second time such a document has been...

  • IALD Launches New Website

    the iald launched a new website ( during its th annual iald Education Conference held this October in Alexandria, Virginia. (See 'IALD Conference,' above.) The purpose of the redesign was 'to provide a more efficient, effective, and streamlined website that is easier to navigate,' says...

  • Rodgers Garden Fence

    A colorfully illuminated garden fence in Alexandria, Virginia, gives the neighbors something to talk about.

  • People NOOOze

    Virginia-based solid-state lighting manufacturer