Posts Tagged ‘Continuum of Housing report’

Housing Production Trust Fund Report released!

October 4, 2012 • No Comments »

Check out our new report:A Decade of Progress: Investing in Lives and Neighbors through the Housing Production Trust Fund. Since 2002, the Housing Production Trust Fund (HPTF) has been helping to create vibrant neighborhoods in the District of Columbia as the key tool for preserving and developing affordable housing. The Trust Fund, administered by the […]

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Meet the Continuum of Housing

September 26, 2011 • No Comments »

We developed Housing for All as a blog to support the Continuum of Housing campaign at CNHED. But what do we mean by “continuum” and what does it include? Over the next few months we will have weekly posts exploring these questions. We talk about an affordable “continuum of housing” because it refers to a range […]

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Report finds DC Affordable Housing still has a long way to go

August 3, 2011 • No Comments »

Last week, Brookings Institution released a report titled, “Affordable Housing in the District—Where Are We Now?” This report looks at how well the city is meeting the recommendations made by the Comprehensive Housing Strategy Task Force 2006.  You can find an overview by Brookings’ Benjamin Orr on the District Dime or read more at the […]

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The High Cost of Gentrification

June 20, 2011 • No Comments »

A poll released yesterday by the Washington Post showed a changing view on the impact of gentrification by African Americans who live in the District. (The Post did not release the same information for other race groups). Post did not define gentrification, which is a complicated process of change in urban areas. The entry […]

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