Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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To the editor:In this election season, the single biggest issue facing the City Council candidates is that of development. While some growth is necess...

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  To the People of Boston of 2015: I’m just coming back from a press conference for another tech start-up in Somerville – maker...

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Portland adopts affordable housing requirement for new developments New housing developments in Portland with at least 10 residential units will ...

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Affordable Housing Is a Moral Choice (and the Numbers Prove It) A new tool shows that developers can profit by building affordable housing almost any...

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D.C. Considers $60 Million Tax Break for the Advisory Board Company Posted by Freddy Rodriguez on October 16, 2015 at 3:27 pm The Dist...

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LETTER: ABATEMENTS NOTHING MORE THAN A GIFT Published: October 17, 2015 4:00AM Editor: It would seem that some members of the Wooster City C...

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Gary Cornia MAINTAINING BYU’S LEGACY By: Tom Haraldsen December 27, 2011 Legacy. There may not be a college campus in America where that...

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No, Seattle Is Not Running Out of Room Thursday, October 15, 2015, by Sean Keeley The "[INSERT CITY HERE] is runn...

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Zoning Rules! The Economics of Land Use Regulation Lincoln Institute of Land Policy 2015 SHARE Book Forum  October 15, 2015 11...

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Column: Town has options for affordable housing and land use planning By Diana McClure Posted Oct. 14, 2015 at 4:43 PM  BROOKLINEPlannin...

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We Began To Think Of Our Homes As Investments   It’s Friday desk clearing time for this blogger. “International buyer...

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Analysis: There is no such thing as a city that has run out of room Posted: 11:27 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 By Emily Badger - The Washing...

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Koch-backed ASU study endorses Ducey's Arizona school-funding plan  Mary Jo Pitzl, The Republic | azcentral.com5 p.m. MST October 7, 2015 Ari...

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Wonkblog There is no such thing as a city that has run out of room What we really mean when we say we can't make space for more neighbors. ...

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Promoting Affordable Housing Development: A Tale of Two Portlands By SPENCER WELLS | October 2, 2015 September 24, 2015; P...

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Report: Amid Rapid Gentrification, Inclusionary Housing Can Reduce Segregation   By Jaron EpsteinPosted September 24, 201...

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Study: Inclusing Housing Nets Huge Benefits By John Dorschner            A new national study sa...

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How the US secures low-cost homes, by Cliff Hague 2 October 2015 by Cliff Hague , Be the First to Comment Affordable housing is not just an iss...

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Opening for City-Based Urban Researchers in Belgaum POSTED BY VIDHYA MOHANKUMAR ⋅ OCTOBER 1, 2015 ⋅ LEAVE A COMMEN...

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Renters Beware: How Rahm's Epic Property Tax Hike Could Affect Your Rent BY KATE SHEPHERD IN NEWS ON OCT 1, 2015 11:34 AM ...

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