What the new administration means for affordable housing

Our system is broken. And as our affordable housing crisis lingers and deepens, the pandemic continues to reveal alarming figures.

The Hill • May 13, 2021

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Going green a win-win for affordable housing

Sustainable building and renovations offer a world of opportunity when it comes to financing affordable housing.

Affordable Housing Finance • May 14, 2021

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Learning from the pandemic response: converting hotels to housing

As the pandemic recedes, lessons are being learned about jurisdictions’ ability to create affordable housing and strategies for housing people experiencing homelessness. The sudden need for enhanced coordination helped make the hotel strategy viable, and jurisdictions can take steps now to ensure a better institutional environment for this and other innovative approaches to shelter and housing.

Department of Housing and Urban Development • May 17, 2021

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Here is where the candidates stand on affordable housing

The city’s housing crisis has become a key issue in the mayor’s race. New York City faces a severe shortage of apartments deemed affordable, a longstanding issue that has priced poor tenants out of gentrifying neighborhoods.

The New York Times • May 13, 2021

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