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  • 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.

  • The Big (Un)Easy: Lafitte Steps Forward

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

  • Regional News

    COLUMBUS, OHIO The Wallick Cos. and Stern-Hendy Properties have merged, creating the state's largest owner and manager of affordable housing.

  • Valerie Jarrett's Struggle

    CHICAGO— For Valerie Jarrett, redeveloping public housing is more than a federal mandate. It's a personal mission to show that an idea championed by her grandfather was right after all.

  • Recession-Proof?

    Tampa, Fla.—Education is supposed to be a recession proof industry—but tell that to the administrators at the University of South Florida.

  • REGIONAL NEWS

    KALAMAZOO, MICH. A nonprofit group has renovated two apartments located here and in nearby Portage for specialneeds residents

  • REGIONAL NEWS

    KALAMAZOO, MICH.- A nonprofit group has renovated two apartments located here and in nearby Portage for specialneeds residents.

  • Midwest HFAs Focus on Foreclosures

    For many Midwest cities, the recent foreclosure crisis has made an already bad situation much worse.

  • Bonds Get Edgewood Going

    AKRON, OHIO -- Tax-exempt bond financing has helped the Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority (AMHA) jump-start an ambitious 221-unit development on the city's west side.

  • Southern Promises

    NEW ORLEANS — Two-and-a-half years after Hurricane Katrina, many who called New Orleans home continue to live in trailers tainted by formaldehyde or with relatives in California or in apartments in Houston or in dark cracks where they have slipped unknown into the American landscape.