Mid-Atlantic policy director Melissa Bondi tells Washingtonian magazine that Amazon considering the region for its HQ2 has inspired new conversations about the need for better affordable housing solutions.
This morning, Terri Ludwig, Enterprise’s CEO, testified before Congress on the new Opportunity Zones provision that was included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Read more about the hearing and Enterprise's role in the implementation of this new tax incentive.
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority Commission recently appointed an Ad Hoc Committee on Black People Experiencing Homelessness, chaired by Enterprise VP and Southern California Market Leader Jacqueline Waggoner.
Judi Kende, vice president and New York market leader of Enterprise Community Partners discusses how rent stabilization laws, which are up for renewal in 2019, should be a wake-up call to the state Legislature to make them more responsive to the current market and ensure that they serve as a stabilizing force for New York City’s neighborhoods.
Less than three months into 2018, the Washington Legislature has already had an incredibly productive year. Like most states, Washington is experiencing an affordable housing crisis, but this year affordable housing advocates achieved some significant victories that would spur the production of new units, provide more tenant protections, and improve services for the homeless.
While designated the "first age-friendly state in the nation," more work needs to be done to accommodate New York's aging population writes Judi Kende, Enterprise VP and New York market leader, in the Times Union.