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Agreement reached over November’s $600 million affordable housing bond

An agreement was reached Thursday on a $600 million affordable housing bond slated for the November ballot, which includes $20 ...
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Bill aims to study how rezonings affect NYC neighborhoods’ racial demographics

The bill would force a racial impact analysis with the environmental review process Read more ...
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Bloomberg Philanthropies, partners announce 10 cities for economic mobility project

Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Ballmer Group announced the 10 cities that will join their ...
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Here’s Two of the Top 10 Innovators on Housing Affordability for 2019

Ivory Prize for Housing Affordability finalists spotlight real action, high ambitions, and strategies that merge growth and change. Read more ...
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National Housing Policy Has Failed to Support New-Home Construction

Accessory dwelling units may represent a missing piece of the puzzle, says NAHB economist. Read more ...
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Why Racial Disparities in Asthma Are an Urban Planning Issue

African-Americans are three times more likely to die from asthma as whites. In Philadelphia and elsewhere, how can outcomes improve ...
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Healdsburg set to buy pair of housing complexes to preserve more affordable units

The city of Healdsburg is poised to spend $3.1 million on two small apartment complexes in another bid to snap ...
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Architects Compete To Design Affordable Housing For Small Lots

The city has selected five finalists in an architecture competition to design affordable housing on 23 small municipal lots. The ...
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The Blame Game: A Look at the Bay Area’s Housing Crisis

“Everyone is quick to point fingers, but no one has taken the time to consider the role they may play ...
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High-profile California housing bill dies without a vote: ‘I’m deeply disappointed’

The highest-profile bill moving through the California Legislature aimed at addressing the state’s housing crisis has effectively been killed for ...
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