Affordable Housing

MHN Interview with Henry Cisneros: We Want to Build Housing For Working-Class Americans

Henry Cisneros talks to MHN about CityView and the company’s plans to focus on multifamily housing, as well as the big challenges in providing more housing options to Americans.

Denver Conference Focuses on Affordable Housing Near Urban Transit

Denver–The relationship between expanding mass transit and the preservation of affordable multifamily housing was the subject of meeting of about 200 federal, state and local officials in Denver this week.

Green Apartment Building Springs to Life, Eradicating Crime Hot Spot in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.–Wheeler Terrace, a neglected 161-unit apartment building that had become a magnet for criminal activity in Washington, D.C., has undergone a renaissance.

MHN Interview with Lisa Gelfand: Stimulus Money Helped Start Three Projects

Lisa Gelfand, principal at Gelfand Architects talks to MHN about the importance of the AARO funds in getting these projects done and the challenges in converting former these hotels into residential units.

Initiative to Assist Green Affordable Housing on Tribal Lands

Santa Fe, N.M.–Tribal lands in the U.S. are no stranger to the green movement and a new initiative is in place to take the trend to a higher level for affordable multifamily and single-family housing projects.

Construction Kicks Off on $14.5M Affordable Seniors Housing Project in Baltimore Area

Brooklyn Park, Md.–In an effort to help answer the growing call for affordable seniors housing, Enterprise Homes Inc. is commencing construction of The Greens at Hammonds Lane, a 90-unit apartment community in Brooklyn Park, Md.