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  1. The Empty House Next Door

    Understanding and Reducing Vacancy and Hypervacancy in the United States
    Resúmenes de políticas públicas
    Agosto 2020
    Alan Mallach

    Vacant and abandoned properties are a familiar part of the American landscape that can devastate entire neighborhoods, diminishing the value of nearby properties. More extreme cases may cause severe...

  2. Equitably Developing America's Smaller Legacy Cities

    Investing in Residents from South Bend to Worcester
    Enfoques en políticas de suelo
    Mayo 2021
    Erica Spaid Patras, Alison Goebel, and Lindsey Elam

    “The strategies outlined in Equitably Developing America’s Smaller Legacy Cities will be vital in rebuilding more racially and economically equitable legacy cities. Every municipal leader...

  3. Research, Public Sector Policy Change, Advocacy, Philanthropy and the Private Sector Collide to Create an Affordable Housing and Economic Development Opportunity in Colorado

    The Case of indieDwell
    Documentos de trabajo
    Junio 2021
    Phyllis Resnick and Jennifer Newcomer

    On July 6, 2020, modular builder indieDwell opened a factory in Pueblo, Colorado with a capacity of 160,000 square feet of housing and plans for expansion. indieDwell’s journey to Colorado was...

  4. Antiguas ciudades industriales

    Construir un renacimiento equitativo
    Resúmenes de políticas públicas
    Mayo 2020

    Las antiguas ciudades industriales, que alguna vez impulsaron la industria y la prosperidad, perdieron millones de residentes y empleos en el s. XX debido a la economía cambiante. Con...

  5. Land Matters Podcast

    Season 2, Episode 5: Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson Reflects on Equity and Regeneration
    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 2021
    By Anthony Flint, May 28, 2021

    Mayor Frank Jackson is happy about the myriad efforts to revitalize Cleveland, from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to the University Circle cultural center and the recent innovation hub activity in...

  6. New Report

    Seven Strategies for Equitable Development in Smaller Legacy Cities
    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 2021
    By Emma Zehner, May 26, 2021

    Former industrial and manufacturing hubs like Dayton, Ohio, and Gary, Indiana—known as legacy cities—need not choose between economic growth and equity, as growth is most durable when it benefits everyone, according to a new report.

  7. The New Company Town

    How Rochester, New York, Is Angling to Be a Remote Work Hub
    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 2021
    By Liz Farmer, May 17, 2021

    The day Peter Landers and his partners closed on the historic Aqueduct Building in Rochester, New York, was supposed to mark a new beginning. The building, named for the 19th century structure that...

  8. Un legado de innovación

    Cómo los dirigentes de Cleveland reconcibieron y reconstruyeron la ciudad tras décadas de decadencia
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2021
    Por Anna Clark, 12 enero, 2021

    El liderazgo firme y las estrategias audaces están transformando la relación entre Cleveland y los residentes. Si bien queda mucho por hacer, las grandes inversiones en una ambiciosa...

  9. America’s Legacy Cities

    Building an Equitable Renaissance
    Resúmenes de políticas públicas
    Marzo 2020

    Legacy cities have been at the center of some of America’s most historic achievements, and they possess a strong civic spirit and culture of innovation at a time when these qualities are most...

  10. A Deep Dive on South Carolina's Property Tax

    Complex, Inequitable, and Uncompetitive
    Otro
    Agosto 2020
    Project Manager: Daphne Kenyon
    Funded by the South Carolina Chamber Foundation and the South Carolina Realtors
     

    South Carolina has a property tax system that is unique among the 50 states. As this report shows, it is complex, nontransparent, inequitable, and noncompetitive.

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