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  • Solution to Water Woes: Harvest the Rain?

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  • Southeast At-a-Glance

    The Apartment Association of North Carolina has been making the case for allowing the “hot water capture/cold water allocation” method of water submetering, and the Charlotte City Council recently endorsed the industry’s proposal.

  • Rust Belt Project Turns Green

    TARENTUM, PA. - Dalton’s Edge deserves raves for adding 120 new affordable residences for seniors to Allegheny County—home of one of the largest elderly populations of any metropolitan area in the United States.

  • Top 10 Tips to Go Green

    Based on dozens of interviews with developers, engineers, and investors, here are AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE's top 10 practical green building tips.

  • Near North Shatters Old Images

    CHICAGO, ILL. - The Near North Apartments takes a bold stand in a neighborhood once dominated by the infamous Cabrini-Green public housing project.

  • Public Housing Tenants Become Owners

    WASHINGTON, DC. - It seemed like an impossible dream when residents of two of the worst public housing projects started talking about redeveloping their section of Anacostia in this city’s southeastern quadrant.

  • Air Leaks: Hidden Moisture Movers

    Along the coast where wind-blown rain is a regular weather feature, it's no surprise to builders that the exterior of a home must be carefully detailed to manage water. Properly installed housewrap and flashing are the key elements of an effective water-resistive barrier. But rainwater is not the...

  • Soundings: Potable Water for Secluded Sites

    Potable Water for Secluded Sites

  • Fight rising energy costs

    New York City – The cost of energy keeps rising — but fortunately, energy experts like Marc Zuluaga keep finding new ways to save.