Seattle Illustrates How Big Cities’ Limits On New Housing Contribute To Homelessness

Andrew Wimer, Contributor Institute For Justice The Seattle City Council recently voted to allow the creation of up to 40 new…

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NE Portland apartments once praised as affordable enclave for artists have fallen into disrepair, tenants say

By Simon Gutierrez PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – A property once praised as an affordable enclave for Portland artists has fallen…

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City could be doing more to tackle homeless encampment trash, auditor’s report says

 By Sydney Brownstone Seattle Times staff reporter A new Seattle city auditor’s report says that city officials could be doing more to address the…

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Disappearing Affordable Housing in a High-Tech Town

Posted on Feb 24, 2020 by Yijin Kim “Alexa, lock the door and start the robot vacuum.” In Black Diamond, about an hour…

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CVS Health Fills the Prescription for Affordable Housing

The company’s 2019 investments will help create more than 2,200 homes By Donna Kimura After investing $67 million in affordable housing…

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Marrying a Hospital to a Land Trust as a Public Health Strategy

By Kristen Munnelly February 13, 2020; Portland Tribune NPQ has covered the growth of community land trusts in the United States, and more recently, the emergence…

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Sawant unveils proposal to tax Amazon, big companies to fund affordable housing in Seattle

By Becca Savransky, SeattlePI A proposal to tax Amazon and other large companies in Seattle to raise hundreds of millions of dollars for…

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NAHRO Members Testify at Public Housing Hearing

February 6, 2020 Yesterday afternoon, the House Financial Services Committee’s Subcommittee on Housing, Community Development, and Insurance held a hearing…

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