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  • Deals Closing in New York

    NEW YORK CITY It seemed like old times at the May conference of the New York State Association for Affordable Housing (NYSAFAH), held at the Marriott Marquis Times Square.

  • Controlling LIHTC Property Taxes

    When it comes to property tax considerations for affordable housing, one expert summed it up well.

  • Struggling to Close

    LANSING, MICH.— Keith Molin thinks investors in low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) should take a good look at his state.

  • Supportive Housing Hit Hard

    The economic downturn is taking a toll on some of the people who need resources and housing the most. Funds and investors are taking to the sidelines, and special-needs projects are being put on hold, in some cases for an unknown amount of time.

  • Struggling to Close

    LANSING, MICH.—Keith Molin thinks investors in low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs) should take a good look at his state.

  • Keeping the Faith

    DENVER—This is how many aff ordable housing units Mercy Housing owns: 14,515. This is how many units Mercy has in some phase of development: 5,400. And this is how many Mercy wants to participate in over the next fi ve years: 65,000.

  • Pop Quiz

    Artspace creates and fosters affordable space for artists and arts organizations. That mission includes building some of the most creative affordable housing developments around.

  • One Bryant Park

    One Bryant Park, located just a block from Times Square on 42nd Street and Sixth Avenue, is scheduled to be the first LEED Platinum–certified skyscraper in the United States. Designed to house the New York offices of Bank of America (BoA), the building aspires to be a landmark, both for its...

  • How to Survive Tough Times

    The stakes are raised this year for affordable housing developers.

  • Breaking Ground

    NEW ORLEANS—While a marching band played ragtime and former residents cheered, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin cut the ribbon to open 30 rebuilt seniors apartments at Wisdom Manor in January.