The timing of this pandemic can serve as wake-up call. Now is the time to respond to increasing climate events and mitigate the risks that threaten our most vulnerable communities, our homes and our lives.
Enterprise’s Policy Development & Research team looks at the connection between racial disparities in the Covid-19 pandemic and the housing challenges facing communities of color, especially black communities.
In 2019, Enterprise New York joined our partners to celebrate three openings and two groundbreakings for new or rehabilitated developments, representing a total of 438 more affordable homes in New York City.
The problem of homelessness in the greater Seattle area has reached a crisis level in recent years, that requires ever more creative solutions. The most recent example of innovation in partnership and financing broke ground in Seattle’s Uptown neighborhood, near Seattle Center, on publicly owned land provided at nearly no cost by the city of Seattle (a $1 per year ground lease arrangement).
Craft3 is a regional non-profit CDFI that makes loans to strengthen the economic, ecological and family resilience in Oregon and Washington. Enterprise Pacific Northwest is currently partnering with Craft3 to implement the newly established Early Learning Facilities Fund
The Keep Safe Guide was released at a New York City launch event with the coordination and collaboration of American Institute of Architects, Puerto Rico Taskforce and Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee.
Enterprise recently awarded a Section 4 capacity-building grant to BRS to support three developments for people with low-income and vulnerable populations in Harrison County, Indiana. Harrison is a very small rural county with approximately 48,000 people and just 3,000 in its largest town.
HUD released its proposed changes to the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) rule, which would take dramatic steps to weaken how HUD and jurisdictions nationwide fulfill their duties to uphold the Fair Housing Act.
A year-end tax package that includes a New Markets Tax Credit extension and expansion as well as additional Housing Credits allocations for 2017-2018 California wildfire relief advances with Fiscal Year 2020 appropriations legislation.
On Nov. 14, Enterprise joined the grand opening celebration of Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing's 173-unit Gilliam Place, a faith-based development of the Arlington Presbyterian Church, in the heart of Columbia Pike Town Center.
In an exciting new collaboration, Enterprise and Wells Fargo have teamed up to create the Housing Affordability Breakthrough Challenge – a bold initiative designed to spark innovations that transform creative housing affordability ideas into real solutions.
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.