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  • Rural Renewal

    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.

  • Regional News

    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.

  • NEWS

    NeighborWorks America’s multifamily network added 6,964 new units to its portfolio in 2006.