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  • AHF Announces 2008 Readers’ Choice Winners

    Affordable Housing Finance is pleased to announce the winners of its 2008 Readers’ Choice Awards for the Nation’s Top Affordable Housing Developments.

  • And the Finalists Are...

    We're putting the finishing touches on the August issue of Affordable Housing Finance this week, which features the finalists of the magazine's fourth annual Readers' Choice Awards for the best affordable housing developments of 2007-2008.

  • New York’s HFA Focuses on Affordability

    HAMBURG, N.Y. - Workers began to renovate both the apartments and common areas at Creek Bend Heights Senior Apartments in August, adding new windows and a new roof to the 43-year-old building.

  • Refinancing Tips for 202s

    Owners of Sec. 202 affordable seniors housing are in the catbird seat these days. 

  • Regional News

    APPLE VALLEY, MINN. The Midtown Village complex here was originally planned as a market-rate development of for-sale townhomes and condos.

  • NEW HAMPSHIRE

    BEDFORD—Affordable housing projects designed to conserve energy, water, or land will get a big advantage in the competition for New Hampshire’s 2008 low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs).

  • BEST RURAL PROJECT: Full Circle

    WOMELSDORF, PA.—Betty Schoener worked at a textile factory sewing sleeves onto blouses back in 1964. 

  • Albany Fights Blight with HOPE VI

    ALBANY, N.Y.—Abandoned lots and burned-out houses cluster in some of Albany’s oldest neighborhoods.

  • Best of the Best

    Innovative, diverse, and green: That’s what describes the projects selected to receive AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE’s 2007 Readers’ Choice Awards for the Nation’s Best Affordable Housing Developments.

  • Regional News

    CHICAGO—Centerline Holding Co. said it has provided $30.5 million in equity financing for phase II of Roosevelt Square Apartments here. The HOPE VI program provided an additional $17 million for phase II.