Earthquake Performance of Six-Story Building With Cold-Formed Steel Framing
As part of the Research Partnerships program, HUD supported this study to learn how buildings with cold-formed, often called light-gauge, steel framing performed during earthquakes.
Housing for Homeless and Special Needs Individuals Aids in Neighborhood Revitalization in Columbus, Ohio
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Breaking Down Regulatory Barriers to Housing
Reducing regulatory barriers that decrease housing affordability has been a strong focus of HUD for more than three decades.
The Power of Creative Placemaking
Creative placemaking captures the energy of local cultural assets, transforming distressed communities into vibrant neighborhoods.
2017 Innovation in Affordable Housing Student Design and Planning Competition Site Visit
The four finalist teams—New York University/Columbia, Rutgers University, the University of Michigan, and Yale University—that were selected during the initial phase of the Innovation in Affordable Housing Student Design and Planning Competition recently traveled to Cleveland to meet with the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) and explore the site identified for updated design and construction plans.
The U.S. and Japan Partner to Research Aging in Place
Japan’s current population is among the world’s oldest. The United States is experiencing a similar demographic shift: as the baby boomers age, the number of older adults is soaring and is expected to continue increasing dramatically.