Loan Fund's Lori Chatman provides Affordable Housing Finance an overview of the new Opportunity Zones program, including why the next two months are crucial to the program's impact on low-income communities.
Four emerging architectural designers have been selected for Enterprise Rose Architectural fellowships, an award-winning program pairing them with community developers to help create affordable homes and vibrant neighborhoods.
HousingWire reports on the just-announced grant from the Terwilliger Foundation enabling Enterprise to understand the best ways to promote economic mobility, including through affordable housing, innovative services, access to quality jobs, and opportunities to build assets.
Enterprise CEO Terri Ludwig comments in Design and Durability magazine about a new report detailing how smart surfaces such as green roofs and solar panels may save billions and improve the health and comfort of a city's residents.
How do we know if community development programs are improving health, well-being, and economic opportunity? A Shelterforce article on this crucial question describes two Enterprise efforts, Opportunity360 and the Health Outcomes Demonstration Project.
Introducing a new resource for tax-exempt hospitals looking for guidance on housing-related activities that they can report as community benefit to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS): Housing and Community Benefit: What Counts?
Enterprise Community Loan Fund, Mercy Loan Fund and NeighborWorks Capital have partnered to offer $15 million in rapid-response loans for community organizations to accelerate recovery from last year’s hurricanes and fires.