Midwest Developers Struggle to Find Funds
The capital markets meltdown is affecting all sectors of the affordable housing industry, and nowhere is this more evident than the Midwest.
Syndicators Foresee Muted Second Half
Low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) syndicators are optimistic that the tax credit market will improve before the end of the year, but their expectations are guarded.
AHF Live to Tackle Industry Challenges
This year's AHF Live: The Tax Credit Developers' Summit -Nov. 5-7 in Chicago-will tackle many of the affordable housing industry's biggest
Workforce Funding Finds Footing
Arsenal Real Estate Funds is putting its money where the market is. The Morristown, N.J.-based real estate investment manager has dedicated $152 million to investments in workforce housing, a segment of the real estate market it sees growing rapidly over the coming decade.
Boston Remains Tough
Boston—After a year of lawsuits, HarborView at the Navy Yard, a failed condominium development, has completed its transformation into a rental property.
New York City —Even in a slow economy, it's hard to find prime sites in big cities, as many of the best blocks are already spoken for.
High Rents and Low Vacancy in NYC
New York City—This February, workers started building a 369-unit apartment tower overlooking the Hudson railyards here.
Developers Didn't Quit on Papermill
ALSTEAD, N.H. - The developers of Papermill Village Senior Housing battled for years to build affordable apartments here.
Demolition Preserves Affordable Housing
GLENS FALLS, N.Y. - Sometimes to save affordable housing, developers have to tear it down.
Fighting For Change
The legacy of Clara Fox is standing tall all around this city. In 1969, Fox founded Settlement Housing Fund, one of the city’s first and most innovative private nonprofit housing developers.