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Diverse Projects and Shared Effort Characterize Opportunity Zone Initiatives

Opportunity Zones are a place-based strategy to spur needed revitalization in underinvested areas throughout the United States.




Matthew Desmond’s 2016 book Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City tells the story of two neighborhoods, one a predominantly white trailer park community and the other a predominantly African-American community in Milwaukee.

Housing Nonprofit and Church Partner To Build Gilliam Place Apartments in Arlington, Virginia

Arlington County, Virginia, part of the Washington, DC metropolitan area, has an acute shortage of affordable housing.

Expanding Multigenerational Housing Options

The confluence of the shortage of affordable housing, a lack of housing suitable for older residents, inadequate retirement savings, and the particular health and social needs of older adults creates numerous challenges for older people to live affordably and safely and maintain their social connections in the communities of their choice.

Ongoing Trends in the Housing Economy

One major influence on housing affordability is the state of the overall economy, and economic forecasting can help steer policy to best respond to the real-world economic conditions that Americans will face.



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