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  1. Should We Allow More Homes to Be Built in Existing Neighborhoods?

    Revista Land Lines
    Noviembre 2022
    By Amy Dain, November 28, 2022

    A new law in Massachusetts requires towns served by Greater Boston’s public transit agency to enact zoning that allows multifamily housing near transit. In response, 175 communities are working...

  2. President’s Message: Zoning’s Asteroid Moment

    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2022
    By George W. McCarthy, October 4, 2022

    Zoning reform is gaining momentum in the United States, as policy makers seek to advance affordability and address a legacy of spatial segregation by race and class.

  3. Mayor’s Desk: Addressing Affordability in Berkeley

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2022
    By Anthony Flint, September 26, 2022

    In this candid interview, Mayor Jesse Arreguín of Berkeley, California, talks about affordability, equity, and the urgent need to build new housing and discourage speculation among owners of vacant lots and other properties.

  4. Land Matters Podcast: A Booming Bay Area City Confronts an Affordability Crisis

    Revista Land Lines
    Septiembre 2022
    By Anthony Flint, September 26, 2022

    Berkeley, California, is a classic case of a built-up city facing tensions over future development. In this candid interview, Mayor Jesse Arreguín talks about the need to make the city more affordable by clearing the way for new housing and discouraging s

  5. 7 Game-Changing Trends and How to Plan for Them

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2022
    By Petra Hurtado, January 18, 2022

    The Lincoln Institute partnered with APA Foresight to identify nearly 100 emerging trends in 2022, from 3D-printed housing to the future of data analytics. This article offers a sneak peek at seven of those trends.

  6. Confronting the Real Barriers to Housing Affordability

    Using Research to Assemble Durable Coalitions and Expand Political Capacity
    Documentos de trabajo
    Diciembre 2021
    Benjamin Teresa, Kathryn Howell, and Leah Demarest

    The paper begins from the perspective that barriers to affordable housing are less about having good ideas but rather about how to enact policy changes. It focuses on the relationship between housing...

  7. Climate and Housing Crisis

    A Research Agenda for Urban Communities
    Documentos de trabajo
    Agosto 2021
    Michael P. Johnson, Patricio Belloy, Heather MacLean, and Sajani Kandel

    Housing unaffordability and climate change adversely affect the lives of Boston area residents. These crises are amplified by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and are especially salient for low- and...

  8. Eight Ingredients for a State-Level Zoning Reform

    Lessons from Oregon’s House Bill 2001
    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2021
    Michael Andersen

    In 2019, Oregon passed a first-of-its-kind state law that ordered larger cities and the Portland metro area to rapidly legalize duplexes on all residential lots and fourplexes, triplexes, townhomes,...

  9. The Eight Deaths of Portland’s Residential Infill Project

    Documentos de trabajo
    Julio 2021
    Michael Andersen

    In 2020, Portland became the largest modern U.S. city to end so-called “single-family zoning,” legalizing up to four market-rate homes on almost any residential lot, or up to six homes on...

  10. 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...

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