Mark Fogarty Author Archives

Case Study: Taking Down the Walls Around Public Housing

Public housing has come a long way since Liberty Square was built in the late 1930s in Miami.

Case Study: Amazon Dives into Affordable Housing

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.

Affordable Across America: Northeast

Affordable Across America

Affordable Across America: South

Affordable Across America

Affordable Across America: Midwest

Affordable Across America

Affordable Across America: Northwest

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Affordable Across America: West Coast

Affordable Across America

Case Study: Transfiguration Place Apartments

A collaboration between the City and Archdiocese of Detroit featuring an extensive consultation with area residents has resulted in the redevelopment of an old, vacant Catholic school building into 19 affordable housing units by Cinnaire Solutions and Ethos Development Partners. 

Case Study: Friars Court Apartments

The emptying out of urban offices due to the pandemic has allowed many workers to relocate farther away from work, making housing in city suburbs even less affordable than usual. The town of Hudson, NH, a suburb of Boston, is one of them. 

Case Study: Sage at Folsom

Sage at Folsom—a 55-and-older affordable development being built in Folsom near Sacramento—will hopefully be part of a new model of senior housing for USA Properties Fund.

Case Study: The Sibley Building in Rochester, NY

With the opening of a third phase of housing and a giant marketplace and food court modeled on Boston’s historic Fanueil Hall and New York’s Chelsea Market, an epic mixed-income, mixed-use historic development is nearing completion in Rochester, NY, after 12 years of creative and complicated work.

Case Study: The Commons at South Cumminsville

Affordable housing is well-known for needing multiple funders to make developments viable. But according to Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge, effective collaboration extends beyond funding to operations as well.

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