A Trump-era policy that actually helped poor people could be dismantled by the IRS.
Community land trusts, better known for permanently affordable housing, expand into commercial spaces for a wide range of reasons, and in a wide range of ways.
Once a must-have for foundations, Comprehensive Community Initiatives found mixed success.
Imagine if hosting a transitional tiny home village became the norm for all suitable vacant land—dare I say even an expectation?
Probably no one in the country is in a better position than Tony Pickett to talk about efforts to include long-term affordable housing in two of the nation’s largest Transit Oriented Development (TOD) ventures: Denver’s FasTracks plan, and Atlanta’s Beltline project.