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  1. Legacy Cities

    Three Rust Belt Cities Share Strategies for Equitable Revitalization
    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 2019
    By Emma Zehner, May 28, 2019

    Leaders from Rochester, New York; Lansing, Michigan; and Akron, Ohio, are collaborating and comparing notes on how to equitably revitalize midsize legacy cities.

  2. Affordable Housing

    Study Shows Benefits of Shared Equity Housing for Affordability and Wealth-Building
    Revista Land Lines
    Mayo 2019
    By Brandon Frazier and Will Jason, May 16, 2019

    Shared equity housing programs are designed to provide a key to those who are locked out of homeownership. As new research shows, the programs do just that.

  3. Residential Property Taxation in New York City

    Documentos de trabajo
    Abril 2019
    Moses Gates

    This working paper sets forth the recent history and current structure of New York City’s residential property tax system, as well as large-scale inequities, possible points of needed reform,...

  4. Autonomía sin piloto

    Los urbanistas dan un volantazo ante la aparición de vehículos autónomos en las calles
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2019
    Por Kathleen McCormick

    Los vehículos autónomos ya no son una fantasía futurista. Circulan por las calles de ciudades estadounidenses. Entérese de cómo los funcionarios de planificaci...

  5. Driverless Ed

    Urban Planners Shift Gears as Autonomous Vehicles Hit the Streets
    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 2019
    By Kathleen McCormick, March 19, 2019

    What does the rapid evolution of mobility mean for urban planners and transportation officials? We survey the landscape to find out.

  6. Backyard Brouhaha

    Could Inclusionary Housing Break the YIMBY Deadlock?
    Revista Land Lines
    Febrero 2019
    By Anthony Flint, February 26, 2019

    The movement known as YIMBY, or Yes in My Back Yard, has long argued that more development will reduce housing prices. Critics argue—with some evidence—that things aren't that simple, but some communities are moving forward using inclusionary housing.

  7. Reinventing Development Regulations

    Libros
    Octubre 2017
    Jonathan Barnett and Brian W. Blaesser

    "Rarely has such a comprehensive and readable book been written about how we regulate development in the United States. Technically and legally rigorous, this book examines how we invest society...

  8. Zoning for Affordability

    Using the Case of New York to Explore Whether Zoning Can Be Used to Achieve Income-Diverse Neighborhoods
    Documentos de trabajo
    Junio 2016
    Vicky Chau and Jessica Yager

    Harnessing the strength of the real estate market in high cost cities to support the production of affordable housing can be an important strategy to maintain economically diverse neighborhoods. A...

  9. Do Inclusionary Housing Policies Promote Housing Affordability?

    Evidence from the Palmer Decision in California
    Documentos de trabajo
    Diciembre 2015
    Ann Hollingshead

    Many cities have responded to rising affordability challenges with inclusionary housing policies, where a municipality requires or incentivizes a developer building a new development to contribute...

  10. Inclusionary Housing

    Creating and Maintaining Equitable Communities
    Enfoques en políticas de suelo
    Septiembre 2015
    Rick Jacobus

    Roughly 500 communities in the United States have developed inclusionary housing policies, which require developers of new market-rate real estate to provide some units that are affordable to low-...

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