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  • Talk of the Town

    Richard Tyler lost everything in Katrina, but rebuilt his life with the help of a "Porchdog."

  • Best Mix for Pumped Concrete

    Plans for an infill project call for a poured stem-wall foundation, but the urban site has limited access for a regular concrete truck. A pumper truck would be ideal, but I'm concerned that the pumped mix won't provide the required 4,000-psi concrete. Is this a legitimate concern?

  • 300 Units in Chicago Preserved

    CHICAGO—Mercy Housing Lakefront is leveraging $68 million to rehabilitate and preserve two apartment developments in the city’s Uptown community.

  • Major Boston Redevelopment Opens

    BOSTON—City and state officials recently celebrated the opening of the first phase of the redevelopment of the Washington Beech public housing project in the city’s Roslindale neighborhood.

  • Aqua Tower

    Annual Design Review 2009: Live: Honorable Mention

  • Infill Architecture: Urban Infill House 001 + 002

    Annual Design Review 2009: Live: Honorable Mention: Infill Architecture

  • The Chase for Funds

    Seattle voters did it again, passing a seven-year, $145 million housing levy in November.

  • The Big (Un)Easy

    NEW ORLEANS On Aug. 27, ceremonial shovels hit the dirt at Lafitte Street, as the redevelopment of the Lafitte public housing complex got under way.

  • Rebuilding Begins

    NEW ORLEANS—Since the floodwaters of Hurricane Katrina poured into the C.J. Peete public housing complex here, Jocquelyn Marshall and her son have traveled from an emergency shelter in Tunica, Miss., to an apartment in Houston, and then to an apartment in another New Orleans neighborhood.

  • California Grabs Redevelopment Money

    A lawsuit is brewing in California over a state budget package that takes $2.05 billion from redevelopment agencies in the next two years.