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Listen as Laurel Blatchford talks with International WELL Building Institute President Rachel Gutter about a groundbreaking new collaboration for well-designed affordable homes connected to opportunity.
Ten years ago, in Minneapolis, twenty-five people gathered for the first Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute, with the radically simple idea that through collaboration and the development of a new type of leader, a developer “design-leader,” we might make well-designed affordable housing the norm.
The Enterprise Policy Development & Research (PD&R) team released its new report on Overcoming Barriers to Bringing Off-Site Construction to Scale at Enterprise’s 10th annual Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute (AHDLI) in Cleveland, Ohio.
In Cleveland, Enterprise has worked hard using the Enterprise Rose Fellowship and the Institute, among other powerful tools, to make sure that well-designed affordable homes have ripple effects throughout the community.
Enterprise Community Partners launched Health Begins with Home, embarking on the next frontier of a deepening commitment to improving the health and well-being of people and communities through the power of home.
The 9th Annual Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute landed in Seattle from July 16-18, 2018, bringing seven of the country’s top affordable housing developers together with nine of the nation’s leading designers.
Each year, the Loeb Fellowship brings promising innovators in the built and natural environment sectors to Harvard and MIT to challenge themselves to do more and do better, so that they return to their work with new ideas and energy.