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  • 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).

  • People

    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.