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Using AI to Promote Equitable and Affordable Housing

The deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies in housing is underway and poised to accelerate in the coming years.

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PD&R and Community Development Grants for Disaster Recovery

It was 1997, and Todd Richardson was caught between a baseball game and a formula.


Call for Entries for the 2024 Public-Philanthropic Partnerships Secretary's Award

Every year since 2012, HUD's International and Philanthropic Affairs Division (IPAD) has partnered with the Council on Foundations (COF) to host and select the winners of the Secretary's Award for Public-Philanthropic Partnerships.


Former Massachusetts High School Converted to Affordable Housing for Seniors

In 2022, developers transformed a century-old, abandoned school building in Southbridge, Massachusetts, into a mixed-income housing development for seniors.


Happy New Year 2024

Since 2019, I've used the annual ritual of changing the calendars to reflect on the past year's accomplishments and what to expect in the coming year from the Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R).


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