Enterprise thanks all members of Congress who fought to retain the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit, multifamily Housing Bonds and the New Markets Tax Credit in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. These proven tools are critical to creating and preserving well-designed homes, expanding opportunity, and strengthening communities.
Enterprise is supporting two Boston-area nonprofits – Urban Edge, Inc. and Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation – in their work to design homes and services that improve the health of their residents.
Sponsored by Enterprise and Elevated Chicago, A Catalytic Moment: The Transformative Power of Transit-Oriented Development symposium generated robust discussions around racial equity, resiliency, health, arts and culture.
Our hearts are heavy today with the sudden passing of Mayor Edwin Lee. The first Asian American mayor of San Francisco, Mayor Lee was a civil rights champion, model public servant, and dedicated affordable housing advocate.
Enterprise's Michelle Whetten writes in The Advocate that Louisiana and communities across the country cannot afford to lose the resources necessary to create and preserve affordable homes and to strengthen local economies.
Enterprise President & CEO Terri Ludwig writes in The Hill that tax reform must preserve multifamily Housing Bonds, strengthen the Housing Credit and retain the New Markets Tax Credit, as these tools have provided millions of families better opportunities and grown our economy.
At the AHF Live: The Affordable Housing Developers Summit in Chicago, Enterprise's Director of Public Policy Emily Cadik discusses the affordable housing community's efforts as Congress considers tax reform.
Enterprise's Vrunda Vaghela provides Government Technology magazine a guided tour of Opportunity360, demonstrating how it provides a powerful platform for understanding and addressing community challenges.
In The Hill, Rick Lazio, former Congressman and current Enterprise board member, explains how tax reform could help low-income families – or set them back by damaging key programs supporting affordable housing.