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.
No Mean Feat
SAN JOSE, CALIF.— Kevin Zwick's job is to make Silicon Valley a more affordable place to live.
Vacant Offices Become Housing
FITCHBURG, MASS.— An old five-story office building has been renovated into 31 apartments, including eight affordable units, with the help of historic and New Markets Tax Credits (NMTCs).
Terri L. Ludwig has been appointed president and CEO of Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. She will step into the top post Jan. 1, 2011.
The Enclave Revived
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.—You can still find Internet ads for The Enclave, a luxury condo development here with steeply discounted prices starting in the low $100,000s.
Going Home Again
COLUMBIA, MD.— Stacy Spann has come back home to make a difference.
Instrument of Hope
LOS ANGELES—When her colleagues describe Alice Carr, what emerges is a perfect balance between heart and mind.
In Some Markets, It's Now Cheaper to Build Than Buy
The acquisition market in some high-barrier metros has grown so heated that in many cases it's now more cost-effective to build.
House Committee OKs Bills
The House Financial Services Committee has approved a housing preservation bill (H.R. 4868) aimed at maintaining the affordability of the current assisted housing stock.