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  • Coddington Place Provides a New Start for AbusedWomen

    COOS BAY, ORE. - Coddington Place is a safe home for women and children escaping domestic violence and sexual abuse.

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    One of the few working waterfronts left in the United States, Portland is expanding beyond its seafaring tradition and embracing an entrepreneurial spirit.

  • Making Workforce Housing a Priority

    Money can’t fix everything, but when it comes to building more homes affordable to America’s middle-income workforce, it sure can’t hurt. Ron Terwilliger, chairman and CEO of Atlanta-based Trammell Crow Residential, recognized that recently when he made two $5 million gifts to further the...

  • A New Look for Old Paneling

    Skim-coating the walls with setting compound is easier than starting from scratch.

  • Agbar Tower Auditorium, Barcelona

    When asked to design a lighting scheme for the already-completed 316-seat auditorium in Barcelona's Agbar Tower, Martin Architectural's Spanish representative ECLER had to follow in some dauntingly large footsteps. French architect Jean Nouvel's 35-story tower, with its elliptic plan and domed top...

  • Mixed-Finance Projects Proceed DespiteHurdles

    As public housing authorities (PHAs) move to tap new resources to build and rehabilitate housing, they are creating new competition for private developers, but they also offer opportunities for collaboration in addressing the large unmet need for rehabbing and replacing their aging apartments.

  • Fighting For The Future

    San Francisco - After a decade of solid progress in improving management and redeveloping their most distressed properties, public housing authorities (PHAs) face a new crisis, according to a roundtable discussion convened by Affordable Housing Finance magazine.

  • Mixed-Finance Projects Proceed Despite Hurdles

    As public housing authorities (PHAs) move to tap new resources to build and rehabilitate housing, they are creating new competition for private developers, but they also offer opportunities for collaboration in addressing the large unmet need for rehabbing and replacing their aging apartments.

  • Fighting For The Future

    San Francisco - After a decade of solid progress in improving management and redeveloping their most distressed properties, public housing authorities (PHAs) face a new crisis, according to a roundtable discussion convened by Affordable Housing Finance magazine.