The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) helps low-income households access energy efficiency, renewable energy and health and safety upgrades for their homes.
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How Design Features Are Helping to Reduce Costs
When the Ukrainians begin rebuilding their bludgeoned eastern cities and returning to their damaged homes, among the dysfunctional Soviet legacies they must address is a deeply embedded, invisible one: their national building code.
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
Michael Binette is an award-winning architect who has been designing affordable housing for 40 years.
With the Baby Boomer generation retiring en masse, a wave of new leaders is stepping up in the affordable housing space creating a generational shift in the industry.
Affordable housing is facing many headwinds: rising interest rates, inflation, increased insurance costs, supply chain delays and labor shortages, just to name a few.