The following resources from Enterprise and our partners examine key factors in creating opportunity – current conditions, predictions for the future and factors important for access to greater opportunity.
For additional resources from Enterprise Community Partners, visit the Enterprise Resource Center.
This analysis finds that the number of households spending 50 percent or more of their income on rent is expected to rise at least 11 percent from 11.8 million to 13.1 million by 2025.
Compiling defensible points with supporting evidence to serve as a resource for understanding and communicating the many benefits of affordable housing.
How segregation in education and housing prevents children from different socioeconomic and racial/ethnic backgrounds from achieving the greatest possible academic success.
This study reviews the various ways in which provisions of affordable housing, such as production, rehabilitation and others may affect children’s educational outcomes.
Addressing the nutritional needs of low-income communities. Recommendations for providing low-income families with access to healthy foods and fostering healthy eating.
How investments in transit infrastructure and related community projects can significantly enhance opportunity for low- and moderate-income families.
Details of the guidance, describes its implications for various stakeholders, and recommendations from regions across the country, including Atlanta, Denver, San Francisco and Seattle.
The federal Section 4 Capacity Building Program strengthens local organizations across the United States. This report illustrates how Section 4 multiplies the impact of local efforts, targets community needs and helps families succeed.
Data and Mapping in Five U.S. Metropolitan Areas. How equity and opportunity maps have been integrated into planning processes in five regions across the country.
Help residents become co-creators of their communities with this story mapping guide. Learn about the different story mapping approaches and how to select the best method for a project.
Discover how the University of Maryland’s National Center for Smart Growth and CASA, Maryland’s largest immigrant rights advocacy group, used story maps to bring a community together, making the addition of a new transit system possible.
Discussion presented by Dr. Tiffany Manuel, formally of Enterprise Community Partners and Dr. Drew Volmert, Frameworks Institute.
Discussion of the Undesign the Redline exhibits in Denver and Cleveland. Hear from exhibit creators and host organizations about the impact of redlining and its effect on neighborhood outcomes.
Explore the Community Engagement Toolkit and hear from a panel of experts and practitioners from across the country who specialize in community development, and share how engagement has shaped their work in Maryland and Detroit.
We hear from community organizers who are applying innovative community engagement strategies and tools on the ground.
Helps states and others interested in Opportunity Zone eligibility to determine which tracts in their state or region are eligible and how eligible tracts relate to other federal programs and designations.