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Developers Often Feel Constrained by Land-Use Regulations

Developers, urban planners, and other parties constantly debate the best strategies to improve a city’s equity and advance its economic and environmental goals. How do developers feel about…

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Controlling Costs for Transit-Oriented Affordable Developments in California

Does building affordable housing near rail or in jobs-rich communities increase development costs per unit? California has spent more than a billion dollars building subsidized affordable housing…

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Does Federal Rental Assistance Open Access to Walkable Neighborhoods?

The demand for housing in walkable communities has increased in recent years, while the supply of affordable housing has not kept pace with the need. These trends prompted researchers at Arizona…

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TOD for Equitable Housing in Suburban Chicago and Beyond

Transit-oriented development (TOD) provides opportunities for incorporating affordable housing in accessible and vibrant places. Quality of Life, (e)Quality of Place, a report by Open Communities and…

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Promising Solutions for Increasing Equitable TOD

Strategically connecting housing, jobs, and neighborhood amenities through equitable transit-oriented development (TOD) can strengthen opportunities and quality of life for low- and moderate-income…

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Bay Area Resident Survey Provides Lessons for Affordable TOD

Since the closure of California’s redevelopment agencies, new affordable housing funding sources, such as the Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program (AHSC), are tied to the…

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Connecting Housing and Transportation: Strategies for Small and Medium-Sized Cities

Particularly in small and medium-size cities, local leaders and other stakeholders need strategies to connect low- and moderate-income households with access to jobs and other essential services….

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Case Study: Arverne by the Sea’s Resilient, Healthy Housing

Designed for disaster resilience, health, and affordability to New York City’s workforce, Arverne by the Sea is a 120-acre planned community on a previously vacant redevelopment site adjacent…

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