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  1. Message from the President

    Protecting a Share of the Housing Market
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2018

    People who work with me are often surprised by the extent to which my philosophical canon derives from low-budget offbeat films, typically from the 1980s. When in need of wisdom, I frequently turn to...

  2. Gentle Infill

    Boomtowns Are Making Room for Skinny Homes, Granny Flats, and Other Affordable Housing
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2018
    By Kathleen McCormick

    As housing costs spike in thriving U.S. markets, Portland, Boulder, and Cambridge are loosening regulations to allow more low- and moderate-income housing, foster growth, prevent displacement, and preserve the historic fabric of neighborhoods.

  3. Place Database

    San Francisco’s Affordable Housing Shortage
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2018

    In most of San Francisco, indicated by the lightest green areas of the map, only 8.32 percent or less of homes in 2015 were likely to be affordable for a 4-person family earning $81,500, or 80...

  4. Land Lines, January 2018

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2018
    Edited by Maureen Clarke

    In this issue: the evolution of manufactured homes as a desirable source of permanently affordable housing; innovative infill development in Portland, Boulder, and Cambridge; and capital absorption workshops helping to ease affordable housing shortages.

  5. Landing Capital

    Helping Underinvested Communities to Absorb Resources
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2018
    By Loren Berlin

    By joining forces through “capital absorption workshops,” stakeholders in Denver, San Francisco, and Los Angeles are forging strategies to attract land, capital, and other resources to ease local affordable housing shortages.

  6. From Stigma to Housing Fix

    The Evolution of Manufactured Homes
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2018
    By Loren Berlin

    Today’s factory-built abodes are comfortable and attractive, energy-efficient, and less than half the price of site-built houses. They’re also permanently affordable when owners form cooperatives to buy the land around them.

  7. Ciudades esponja y el hábitat del panda

    La incursión de The Nature Conservancy en China
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2017

    The Nature Conservancy China se asocia a PKU–Lincoln Center en dos importantes iniciativas ecológicas terrestres: el proyecto de ciudad esponja en Shenzhen, que mitigará las...

  8. La revolución de los drones

    Los geodatos generados mediante UAV mejoran las políticas de suelo desde América Latina hasta China
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2017
    Por John Wihbey

    Desde América Latina hasta China, los drones están creando fotografías en alta resolución y modelos 3D que ayudan a actualizar los catastros territoriales, documentar el...

  9. Tasación virtual

    Valuación masiva con la ayuda de SIG en Shenzhen
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2017
    Por Tom Nunlist

    China es uno de los pocos países que no posee impuestos territoriales y ha desarrollado un sistema de tasación que muchos consideran el más avanzado del mundo. El Centro de...

  10. Mensaje del presidente emérito

    PKU–Lincoln Center en retrospectiva
    Revista Land Lines
    Octubre 2017
    Gregory K. Ingram

    La experiencia del Instituto Lincoln y los desafíos en políticas de suelo a los que se enfrenta China se complementan de forma sólida, lo que dio origen a que el instituto comenzara a llevar a cabo...

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