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11.2.21 Report
In a report published in September 2021, the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC) examines how public housing authorities (PHAs) and affordable rental housing providers are assisting people with mental and physical health challenges, and...
11.2.21 Members Making News, Awards/Grants
From the Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee's newsletter: The PNC Foundation is awarding a $600,000 grant to support the launch of the Black Business Boost Fund, an ecosystem designed to increase opportunities for Black entrepreneurs and business owners in underinvested neighborhoods of...
11.2.21 Members Making News
From Building Salt Lake: Builders are putting the finishing touches onto a mixed-income apartment building that replaces a former crime-ridden motel on State Street. Capitol Homes will bring 93 new residences — two-thirds of them rent-restricted — to the Liberty Wells neighborhood. The building...
11.2.21 Members Making News
From Housing Matters, an Urban Institute Initative: For students who are also parents, completing higher education in an in-demand field can lead to greater opportunity and financial stability. Though a growing number of young parents are enrolling in higher education programs,...
11.2.21 Members Making News
From AMTEX's press release: A ribbon-cutting ceremony was the highlight of a special event on Thursday, October 28, celebrating the recent opening of the AMTEX Green Oaks Apartments, a new 177-unit multifamily affordable housing community in northeast Houston. The celebration drew...
11.2.21 Members Making News
From Forbes: From the beginning, this country showed concern for the housing of its veterans: the first national veterans' home in the United States was the United States Naval Home, approved in 1811, but not opened until 1834 in the Philadelphia Naval Yard. Things picked up after the Civil...
11.2.21 Members Making News
From the Westchester and Fairfield County Business Journals: When the nonprofit Groundwork Hudson Valley honors Wilson Kimball at its “Here Comes the Sun” annual gala on Oct. 14, celebrating the proliferation of solar electricity projects in Yonkers, it will be shining a spotlight not only on her...
11.2.21 Members Making News
From Bloomberg: A public housing community in Jersey City received an unusual amenity earlier this month: an indoor farm that will produce 550 pounds of free leafy greens a year. It’s the first of 10 aeroponic farms that will be installed across the city in a novel pilot program called ​​Healthy...
11.2.21 Members Making News
From ABC 7 Chicago: The Chicago Housing Authority and Operation Warm gave away more than 6,000 coats Saturday to people just before the city takes a turn toward winter weather. "It just helps the community so much," said Angela Young, who received a coat at the drive. That's the goal of...
11.2.21
In September 2021, the Urban Institute published an article that examined how state and local source-of-income laws can increase the effectiveness of regional emergency rental assistance programs (ERAP) and make them more equitable by expanding participation of historically...

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