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  • Phillips Apartment Stymies Developers

    It looks handsome on the outside, but let developers into the onetime luxury apartment building at 628 E. Franklin Ave. and they shy away from taking on this Minneapolis-area rehab project.

  • On Detroit's Urban Prairie: From Built Space to Open Space

    Adam Hollier, Detroit native and former City Council liaison for the Detroit mayor's office, sees the city's sparsely peopled suburbs as an opportunity for change and a new way of looking at urban life.



  • Demand Drives Preservation Deals

    Competition is being driven by new GSE programs, CRA needs, and ultra-low interest rates.

  • HUD Secretary Castro Calls for Change

    HUD secretary Julian Castro addressed key housing industry stakeholders at the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2014 Housing Summit on Tuesday, calling on advocates to keep pushing until housing finance reform is taken “over the finish line."

  • No Hope for Housing Finance Reform Anytime Soon

    In the seventh year of conservatorship, the fate of the government -sponsored enterprises remains unclear, said panelists Monday at the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2014 Housing Summit in Washington, D.C.



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