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.
Enterprise joins housing, civil rights, social justice, faith-based, and immigration organizations in strongly opposing a HUD rule that would prohibit “mixed-status families”—households whose members have different citizenship and immigration statuses—from living in public and other subsidized housing.
Enterprise's new Gentrification Comparison Tool is the first online resource to present multiple definitions of gentrification side-by-side, allowing users to analyze three different definitions of gentrification in 93 U.S. cities.
On episode 8 of Building Blocks, Laurel Blatchford and Dr. Tiffany Manuel discuss traditional messaging, it’s backfire effect, and new strategies to reclaim the housing narrative in a way that advances policies and programs that ensure all people have access to healthy, affordable housing.
Enterprise convened a group of over 60 current and former government officials, disaster recovery and resilience experts, and fair housing advocates for a policy event Improving Disaster Recovery and Building Community Resilience. The convening highlighted the need for Congress to permanently authorize the CDBG-DR Program at HUD.
Each April, volunteers and service members around the county are honored and recognized as part of National Volunteer Month. As April comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the many accomplishments and honors received by CPDC volunteers over the past month.
The best examples of urban design worldwide today prove that community connectivity—the ease with which residents in a community interact with one another and the quality of the spaces available for those interactions—has a major impact on the way people live.
Enterprise has released a new report that examines how tenure rates by age, race/ethnicity, and income differ from the national trend over time, resulting in uneven distributions of owners and renters.
Earlier this week, PadSplit announced its $4.5 million first round of funding, led by Core Innovation Capital. MetaProp and Enterprise Community Partners are excited to be investing in the round alongside Core and a broader investor syndicate.
At Enterprise, we believe housing solutions should be a central focus of every presidential candidate’s campaign. The lead-up to the November 2020 election will be a critical time for advocates to promote the importance of affordable housing to all presidential candidates.
The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) is at a crossroads. Ensuring that the over 390,000 low-income New Yorkers who rely on NYCHA have safe homes and access to vital services is of the utmost priority.
More than half of the renters surveyed (54 percent) said they have delayed medical care specifically because they couldn’t afford it. The survey found the need for affordable homes that are healthy and connected to opportunity especially critical for survey severely cost-burdened survey respondents, who spend more than 50 percent of their monthly income on rent.
VP Andrew Jakabovics offers a section-by-section analysis of the Trump Administration's memorandum directing heads of federal agencies to lay out a plan for housing finance reform. This analysis examines the context and implications of the language in the memo.