How to build back better, but better

An infrastructure plan won’t be enough to fix the inequities built into our neighborhoods, homes, and public spaces.

Slate • February 3, 2021

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Pandemic's toll on housing: falling behind, doubling up

The nation has a plague of housing instability that was festering long before Covid-19, and the pandemic’s economic toll has only made it worse. Now the financial scars are deepening and the disruptions to family life growing more severe, leaving a legacy that will remain long after mass vaccinations.

The New York Times • February 6, 2021

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They're building affordable housing for the homeless — without government help

RMG Housing, along with a homeless service provider and social-impact investment manager, will be building up to 1,800 units of supportive housing for homeless people without government construction subsidies. Their goal is to demonstrate how the private sector, in alliance with key nonprofits and the faith community, can build housing for homeless people faster and for less than developers working through traditional government programs.

Los Angeles Times • February 10, 2021

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Innovative strategies address critical housing needs

The global pandemic has impacted us all in unprecedented ways, but it has not impacted us all equally. Vulnerable groups in King County are experiencing a much greater impact from COVID-19, especially when it they are experiencing housing instability or even homelessness.

The Seattle Times • January 24, 2021

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City building more diversity into affordable housing campaign

The Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) is partnering with Goldman Sachs, LISC NYC, and Enterprise Community Partners to create Pathways to Opportunity, a two-phase initiative that aims to give those who need affordable housing the most a chance to be part of the city’s 10-year plan to build and preserve 300,000 homes.

Real Estate Weekly • February 4, 2021

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They're building affordable housing for the homeless — without government help

RMG Housing, along with a homeless service provider and social-impact investment manager, will be building up to 1,800 units of supportive housing for homeless people without government construction subsidies. Their goal is to demonstrate how the private sector, in alliance with key nonprofits and the faith community, can build housing for homeless people faster and for less than developers working through traditional government programs.

Los Angeles Times • February 10, 2021

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Innovative strategies address critical housing needs

The global pandemic has impacted us all in unprecedented ways, but it has not impacted us all equally. Vulnerable groups in King County are experiencing a much greater impact from COVID-19, especially when it they are experiencing housing instability or even homelessness.

The Seattle Times • January 24, 2021

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City building more diversity into affordable housing campaign

The Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) is partnering with Goldman Sachs, LISC NYC, and Enterprise Community Partners to create Pathways to Opportunity, a two-phase initiative that aims to give those who need affordable housing the most a chance to be part of the city’s 10-year plan to build and preserve 300,000 homes.

Real Estate Weekly • February 4, 2021

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