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Quantifying the U.S. Housing Crisis

The newly founded J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America’s Families launched in June with the release of its first-ever investigative housing report, focused on the post–Great Recession housing market in the United States.

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Walkable Downtowns Drawing Companies and Talent

Suburban office parks, which developed and spread far and wide as businesses left American cities, are now losing ground to those same cities.

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Rising Rents—and Repurcussions

Residential rents are at the crisis level, according to real estate economists who addressed a gathering of the National Association of Real Estate Editors in Miami last week. In addition to crowding out renters’ other budget items, including necessities such as dental care, the ongoing lack of affordability is hindering the market for home purchases.

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ULI Announces Five Finalists for Kemp Housing Awards

The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing has announced the finalists of this year’s Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Award competition, a program that honors developments that ensure housing affordability for people with a range of incomes. The winners will be announced later this year during a general session at the 2015 ULI Fall Meeting in San Francisco.

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Recent Articles

  • Unique Narratives Required for Transformative Mixed-Use Developments

    June 22, 2015

    For mixed-use development to be truly transformative, it needs a story, panelists said at the ULI Asia Pacific Summit, held June 3 in Tokyo.

  • Two Finalists Selected for ULI Housing Policy Leadership Award

    June 15, 2015

    The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority’s Small Multifamily Rental Development Strategy and the Palm Beach County Workforce Housing Program have been selected as finalists for the 2015 Robert C. Larson Housing Policy Leadership Award by the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing.

  • Housing Matters: In the Bronx, an Oasis for Learning

    June 10, 2015

    A generation ago, many children in New York City’s Bronx borough were languishing in underperforming schools. Informed by a growing body of research and buoyed by the area’s can-do spirit, community leaders embarked on an ambitious plan to right this wrong. Their meticulous work came to fruition two years ago with the New Settlement Community Campus.

  • Making Park Conservancies Work

    Declaring that the major parks in America’s largest cities are enjoying “a golden age,” the Trust for Public Land says that conservancies—the private bodies that work in close partnership with municipal agencies to aid urban parks—deserve part of the credit.

  • Modernizing San Francisco’s Century-Old City Hall

    June 8, 2015

    Soon to celebrate its centennial, San Francisco’s historic City Hall was recently awarded LEED Platinum certification for Existing Buildings: Operation & Maintenance (EBOM), the oldest building in the United States to achieve the USGBC’s highest rating.

  • Improvements to Education—and Housing— Are Game Changers for Atlanta’s Children

    June 1, 2015

    The nine-hole golf course at the Charles R. Drew Charter School gets a lot of use during an average school day. That golf is a dedicated subject at a southern school is not exactly remarkable—but how this came to be is. Two decades ago, the golf course was closed—and as decrepit as the East Lake Meadows housing project that sat on its edge.

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