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Youth LGBTQ Housing: The Center on Halsted’s Youth Housing Initiative

by Martha Fedorowicz
Walking down Halsted Street in Chicago’s Boystown neighborhood, it’s impossible not to notice the striking glass facade of the Center on Halsted, the Midwest’s largest…

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Increases in HCV Households Are Not Associated with Growing Violent Crime Rates in Neighborhoods

Does an increase in the number of Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) households increase crime rates in a neighborhood? Leah Hendey and her colleagues examine this question by measuring the association…

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How Does Regional Economic and Racial Segregation Cost All Residents?

Regional economic and racial segregation is associated with lower levels of income, educational attainment, and safety for residents, according to a study by researchers at the Urban Institute….

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Preserving Affordable Housing via Energy Efficiency

by Margaret Garascia
Despite the potential for sizable savings, the affordable multifamily market is underserved by current energy efficiency programs. The primary reason is a lack of data and…

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Portrait of the Artist as Community Developer

By Archana Pyati
The conventional relationship between a real estate developer and an artist might go like this: the former commissions the latter to create art for a specific space—a mural or…

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