The concept of seniors living out their golden years is more apt than usual at the Gardner Terrace I Apartments in Attleboro, MA.
HOPE VI, a hugely ambitious program to replace nearly 100,000 severely distressed public housing units over two decades with mixed-income units and to improve residential services and quality of life in hundreds of neighborhoods, clearly had mixed results, especially with its legacy of displacing tenants.
The Lambert Houses in the New York City borough of the Bronx were considered cutting-edge solutions to inner city housing problems when they were constructed in the 1970s.
Historic Massachusetts Hotel to Be Preserved and Improved
Waterfront Station II in Washington, DC is a big project, big in every way.
An old saying claims faith can move mountains. It can also move the making of a lot of affordable housing, especially for seniors, by faith-based developers with the assistance of a few more worldly partners.
Doris Ann Ingold Woda is going to be remembered in Wheeling for a long time. In fact, once it is finished in mid-2023, the first thing you will see when you enter the West Virginia city from the bridge over the Ohio River will be a building named for her.
Decarbonization, changing from fossil fuels to electric, is a word affordable multifamily asset managers are going to need to learn in a hurry, if they don’t know it already.
Public housing has come a long way since Liberty Square was built in the late 1930s in Miami.
There is going to be a lot going on at 192 Shoreline, a new affordable housing development in the Washington community of Shoreline, in the northern suburbs of Seattle.