Filling the Financing Gap for Equitable Transit-Oriented Development

2013
|   By
Melinda Pollack ,
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
Brian Prater, Low-Income Investment Fund
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Summary
Enterprise Community Partners, Living Cities, and the Low Income Investment Fund partnered to learn how to make TOD projects that contribute to equitable outcomes easier to finance and build.
Description

Enterprise Community Partners, Living Cities, and the Low Income Investment Fund partnered to learn how to make TOD projects that contribute to equitable outcomes easier to finance and build. The writers studied four regions - Atlanta, Denver, Minneapolis-St. Paul and the San Francisco Bay Area -- to help identify systematic financing gaps as well as recommend capital and policy solutions to address the issues.

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