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  • The Politics of Wind Power: Coastal States Vie for Position

  • The Nation's Best

    SAN FRANCISCO — Standing 12 stories, 10th and Mission Family Housing fills a tall order. First, it answers the affordable housing needs of 135 families, including 44 that were recently homeless.

  • A New Chapter

    PHOENIX — For nearly 50 years, a small parcel near the edge of downtown has been the site of affordable housing.

  • Proposed Trust Fund Rules Issued

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has issued proposed regulations for the affordable housing trust fund created by the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (HERA), linking the regulations to the existing HOME program regulations t

  • People

    Antonio Riley, executive director of the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority, has been selected as a regional administrator for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

  • Program Keeps Spokane Deal on Track

    SPOKANE, WASH. — Count Market Street Station among the developments that emerged amid the economic turmoil of the past two years.

  • Q & A with Cynthia A. Parker, president and CEO of BRIDGE Housing

    CYNTHIA A. PARKER is president and CEO of BRIDGE Housing, one of California's leading affordable housing developers.

  • One Project, 19 Funding Sources

    KENTFIELD, CALIF. — If someone had told me that PEP Housing would be building a 13-unit seniors housing development here with 19 sources of funding on a parcel the size of a postage stamp (0.38 acres) and seven years in the making, I would have tol

  • Big Easy Shifts

    EOPLE HAVE ALWAYS been attracted to New Orleans because of how many city elements are just as they were years ago— from the oak-lined streets to the Victorian mansions along St. Charles Avenue.

  • Relationships: The Heart of the Deal

    PHILADELPHIA— Four decades of building affordable housing boil down to a single lesson for Robert Greer.