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HOPE VI Data Compilation and Analysis


Authors: Gress, Taryn     Cho, Seungjong     Joseph, Mark L.    

Report Acceptance Date: September 2016 (64 pages)

Posted Date: November 17, 2016

This report relies on performance measurement data that HOPE VI grantees report to HUD. Those performance measurement data summarize activities of HOPE VI grantees, with particular emphasis on demolition and production of housing units, and also supportive services provided to residents. The Case Western University research team has analyzed those performance measurement data to create an overall assessment of the HOPE VI program. Their report reinforces many well-understood aspects of the HOPE VI program: that it resulted in a net loss of public housing units; that a low proportion of baseline residents returned to completed developments; but that the program produced new units of different types, including other forms of affordable housing, market rate housing, and both rental and homeownership units. Research on HOPE VI trailed off substantially after 2004, so this report is perhaps the most comprehensive accounting of the program’s outputs.

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