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  • Tax Credit Projects Honored

    In May, the Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition announced the winners of the Charles L. Edson Tax Credit Excellence Awards

  • Housing on the Edge

    NEW YORK CITY—Peter Alizio has a stomachache. “I’m actually not feeling that well,” he said. “It might have something to do with my job.”

  • HFAs Revamp Programs as Challenges Mount

    Rising development costs are making it more difficult for housing finance agencies (HFAs) to maintain production levels even with increased funding

  • A Tale of Two Projects

    Bill Kargman says that he believes in protecting his residents. Kargman is the president of First Realty Management, the Boston-based owners and managers of High Point Village in Roslindale, Mass.

  • Calling Pike Place Market Home

    SEATTLE—The visitors outside don’t know what’s just around the corner.

  • Mixed-Income Goes Hollywood

    Hollywood, Calif.— Legacy Partners broke ground on a new apartment tower in the heart of Tinseltown in February.

  • Milford Fights Budget, Builds for the Future

    MILFORD, CONN. - All the appliances had been ripped out of the kitchen, and the unpainted squares they left behind were patterned with mold. But cleaning up the last few public housing apartments at Allan Jepson Manor here will take more than new sinks and a fresh coat of paint.

  • Milford Fights Budget, Builds for the Future

    MILFORD, CONN. - All the appliances had been ripped out of the kitchen, and the unpainted squares they left behind were patterned with mold. But cleaning up the last few public housing apartments at Allan Jepson Manor here will take more than new sinks and a fresh coat of paint.

  • How Crash Helped Save 1,000 Units

    CHICAGO - Bricks rained down on the roof of Marsha Markham’s car, breaking through her windshield and pinning her to her seat.

  • A Forest in the City

    BOSTON - It’s not normal: an overgrown field ringed with thick woodland in the middle of one of the most densely developed cities in the country.