KANSAS - Developer Ryan Hudspeth managed to get a property owner to donate six apartment complexes in six rural towns here to a fledgling nonprofit in Topeka, Neighborhood Renaissance Foundation.
Rehabbed Landmark Revives a Neighborhood
CAMDEN, NJ. - Every school day, thousands of children come to Camden High School in this city’s Parkside neighborhood.
A Grand Agrarian Design
COLUMBUS, OHIO - Five miles from the city of Columbus in the small suburb of Briggsdale are two buildings that at first glance look like they’re part of a farm residence. On closer inspection, the buildings actually are a new permanent supportive housing development of 35 single-room occupancy...
Near North Shatters Old Images
CHICAGO, ILL. - The Near North Apartments takes a bold stand in a neighborhood once dominated by the infamous Cabrini-Green public housing project.
Former Cigar Factory Transformed
WOMELSDORF, PA. - One-third of all rural renters are paying more than 30 percent of their incomes for housing costs, according to the National Rural Housing Coalition.
Finalists Illustrate the Depth of AffordableHousing
Thirty-six developments from across the country have been selected as finalists for this year’s AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE magazine’s Readers’ Choice Awards.
LIHTC Apartments Set to Convert to Affordable Condos
A low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) property in Kansas City, Mo., took a big step toward converting from apartments into an affordable homeownership development after a critical Internal Revenue Service (IRS) ruling.
INDIANAPOLIS The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority will go from receiving little state support to collecting millions every year.
Transforming an Aging Public Housing Stock
This city’s oldest and largest public housing complex has been razed, clearing the way for a modern apartment complex and a senior living facility.
NeighborWorks America’s multifamily network added 6,964 new units to its portfolio in 2006.