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Affordable Housing and Urban Redevelopment in the United States

Affordable Housing and Urban Redevelopment in the United States
Learning from Failure and Success

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November 1996 | 304 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Exploring the lessons that can be drawn from the United States's experience in providing affordable, low-cost housing, this book reviews recent developments in the US regarding such provision. Topics covered include: the changing role of the federal government; greater responsibility of state and local government; and innovative financial mechanisms. The book comprises case studies of success stories. A conclusion weaves together the strands developed in the individual case studies, examines criteria that define success, identifies common factors, and considers opportunities for developing more effective policies and programmes.
Avis C Vidal
Mary K Nenno
Changes and Challenges in Affordable Housing and Urban Development
Susan S Fainstein
Rachel G Bratt
From BURP to BHP to Demo Dispo
Lessons from Affordable Multifamily Housing Rehabilitation Initiatives in Boston

Norman Krumholz
The Provision of Affordable Housing in Cleveland
Pattern of Organizational and Financial Support

Lynda Simmons
Twenty Five Years of Community Building in the South Bronx
Phipps Houses in West Farms

Peter Marcuse
Lawrence J Vale
The Revitalization of Boston's Commonwealth Public Housing Development
Michael H Schill
Chicago's Mixed-Income New Communities Strategy
The Future Face of Public Housing?

Andrew White and Susan Saegert
Return from Abandonment
The Tenant Interim Lease Program and the Development of Low-Income Cooperatives in New York City's Most Neglected Neighborhoods

Holly Sklar
Edward G Goetz
Sandtown-Winchester, Baltimore
Housing as Community Development

Neal Richman and Allan David Heskin
The California Mutual Housing Association
Organizational Innovation for Resident-Controlled Affordable Housing

Mary E Brooks
Housing Trust Funds
A New Approach to Funding Affordable Housing

Willem van Vliet
Learning from Experience
The Ingredients and Transferability of Success


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ISBN: 9780803970519