Preserving Naturally-Occurring Housing Affordability in Metro Atlanta Neighborhoods

2018
|   By
Sara Haas ,
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
Aliya Bhatia, Master of Public Policy 2018, Harvard University
Miriam Keller, Master of Public Policy, Master in Urban Planning 2018, Harvard University
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Summary
To support metro Atlanta in addressing its affordability challenge, this report explores the following research question: How can Metro Atlanta leverage currently unsubsidized, naturally-occurring affordable housing to support affordable opportunity for low-income families?
Description

Harvard Urban Planning and Public Policy graduate students Aliya Bhatia and Miriam Keller conducted an in-depth analysis of Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing Preservation Opportunities and Challenges in Metro Atlanta, producing an actionable report offering national best practices and recommended local solutions to preserve this critical stock.

The research and final report were advised by the Harvard Joint Center on Housing Studies, and completed in partnership with the Enterprise Community Partners Southeast Office.

A June 21, 2018 report release webinar recording can be found in the Associated Resources on the right side of this page.
 

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