Residential/Multifamily

Facing the Challenges of Affordable Senior Housing

The lack of affordable housing for the growing senior population in the United States is a looming crisis and deserves more attention and resources from both the private sector and government, according to a leading advocate for aging issues. But affordable senior housing can become a platform for integrating services for low-income seniors and be an economic driver in communities by more efficiently delivering health care and other long-term support.

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    September 20, 2017

    Backing sympathetic elected officials, focusing on the human impacts of the housing shortage, and mobilizing nonvocal supporters for new projects are all effective ways to overcome NIMBY-ism over affordable housing projects, a panel of advocates said during the ULI Housing Opportunity 2017 Conference in New Orleans.

  • How Mixed-Income Housing Can Benefit Both Communities and Investors

    September 18, 2017

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  • How America’s States and Cities Can Find Common Ground to Expand Housing Choice

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  • Projects in Boston, Newark, and Austin Win ULI Kemp Award

    September 11, 2017

    Newark’s Hahne & Co. Building, Boston’s Mosaic on the Riverway, and Austin’s Wildflower Terrace were selected by the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing as the winners of the 2017 Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Award. The annual award, which honors developments that ensure housing affordability for people in a broad range of incomes, is given to developments in which all or a portion of the units are affordable to households earning up to 120 percent of the area median income.

  • Washington, D.C., Department of Housing and Community Development Wins ULI Housing Policy Award

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  • Building Smarter Homes in Southern California

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  • Land Banks Helping Rebuild from Legacy of Foreclosure

    August 9, 2017

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