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Rezoning and Revitalization in Minneapolis

By Anthony Flint

June 12, 2024

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey reflects on the connections among rezoning, racial equity, and revitalization, and shares signs of progress cropping up in the city's downtown.

Land Lines Magazine

Housing, Infrastructure, Land Use and Zoning, Local Government

Nuevas investigaciones sobre políticas de suelo y desarrollo urbano en América Latina

Por Luis Felipe Quintanilla

June 11, 2024

The Lincoln Institute selected research projects in Buenos Aires, São Paulo, and other cities in response to a request for proposals about land policy and urban development in Latin America.

Land Lines Magazine

Housing, Informal Settlements, Infrastructure, Urbanization

Premio Lincoln al periodismo sobre políticas urbanas, desarrollo sostenible y cambio climático 2024

Se abre la convocatoria al “Premio Lincoln al periodismo sobre políticas urbanas, desarrollo sostenible y cambio climático”, dirigido a estimular trabajos periodísticos de investigación y divulgación desde América Latina que cubran temas relacionados con políticas de suelo y desarrollo urbano sostenible.


City and Regional Planning, Climate Change, Housing, Poverty and Inequality, Urbanization, Water

Public Participation Opportunity: I’m HOME Manufactured Housing Replacement Program

June 20, 2024

The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy’s I’m HOME Network seeks comments from the public and interested parties on a draft application to HUD’s Preservation and Reinvestment Initiative for Community Enhancement (PRICE) Competition funding opportunity. I’m HOME will hold a public hearing at 2 p.m. EDT on Thursday, June 20.



A man looks at a flooded area from a helicopter

Recovery and Resilience: New Research on Exploratory Scenario Planning for Disasters

By Jon Gorey

May 9, 2024

How can exploratory scenario planning help communities recover from disaster and build resilience? New research commissioned by the Consortium for Scenario Planning will explore that question, focusing on communities from Beaumont, Texas, to Bogotá, Colombia.

Land Lines Magazine

City and Regional Planning, Infrastructure, Technology and Tools

Fellows in Focus: Demystifying Land Value Capture, from Colombia to California

By Jon Gorey

May 9, 2024

Urban economist Néstor Garza has spent decades studying the impact of land value capture on the built environment. Now teaching economics at California State University, Garza explains how this land-based financing approach could benefit more people.

Land Lines Magazine

Economic Development, Infrastructure, Value Capture

Colorful buildings in Iztapalapa, Mexico

Exploring Sustainable Development in Latin America

By Carina Arvizu Machado

May 14, 2024

More than 50 experts on Latin America gathered for a daylong discussion hosted by the Lincoln Institute and MIT, addressing threats to the region including poverty and climate change and looking closely at the sustainable solutions taking shape there.

Land Lines Magazine

Informal Settlements, Land Markets, Poverty and Inequality, Urbanization

A street with a row of manufactured homes in a sunny bright location with blue sky in the background.

Innovations in Manufactured Homes (I’m HOME) Annual Conference 2024

September 24, 2024 - September 25, 2024

The Innovations in Manufactured Homes (I’m HOME) Network will hold its Annual Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, from September 24 to 25, and feature insights on manufactured housing financing, development, and policy from stakeholders across the country.


Housing, Land Use and Zoning