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  1. The 38th and Blake Incentive Overlay

    How Denver Used Land Value Capture to Create Affordable Housing in a Redeveloping, Transit-Oriented Neighborhood
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Fevereiro 2022
    Kathleen McCormick

    This case study tells the story of a land value capture policy implemented by the City and County of Denver, Colorado in 2017–2018 in the in the River North (RiNo, pronounced “rhino...

  2. Demographic Forecasting by Race and Ethnicity

    ‘Segregation Scenarios’ and Environmental Justice Analyses
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Janeiro 2022
    Sarah Philbrick, Leonardo Torres, and Tim Reardon

    Racial segregation is a stubborn and enduring facet of America’s residential landscape, an intentional product of policies and investments that produces disparate negative impacts and outcomes...

  3. Accessory Dwelling Units and Beyond

    How Can Cities Overcome Barriers to Increasing Zoning Capacity in Single-Family Neighborhoods?
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Janeiro 2022
    Vinit Mukhija and Shine Ling

    Secondary units on single-family-zoned lots, formally known as Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) and more commonly as granny flats, garage apartments, and backyard cottages, help increase housing...

  4. Tracking Neighborhood Change in Geographies of Opportunity for Post-Disaster Legacy Cities

    A Case Study of San Juan, Puerto Rico
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Janeiro 2022
    Raúl Santiago-Bartolomei, Deepak Lamba-Nieves, and Enrique A. Figueroa

    While legacy cities have had a long struggle with deindustrialization, population loss, fiscal constraints and economic decay, many will likely need to address compounding stressors stemming from...

  5. Alternativas de Gestión del Suelo para la Producción de Vivienda Social

    Educação a Distância
    Outubro 19, 2020

    El curso explora las conexiones entre la planificación, la gestión del suelo y las políticas para la producción de vivienda nueva de interés social, identifica obstáculos y plantea alternativas basadas en la movilización de plusvalías.

  6. Blueprint Shows How Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Can Create More Housing Opportunities

    Revista Land Lines
    Janeiro 2022
    By Lincoln Institute Staff, January 20, 2022

    Two weeks after a U.S federal agency rejected affordable housing plans from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, a coalition of housing organizations has released a blueprint showing how the two government-sponsored enterprises can better-reach underserved mortgag

  7. Equitable Cities Initiative Case Studies

    Fevereiro 2022

    In this century citizens and policy makers across the world have paid growing attention to the problem of equity. The causes of inequitable development are numerous and manifest across multiple...

  8. 7 Game-Changing Trends and How to Plan for Them

    Revista Land Lines
    Janeiro 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.

  9. Confronting the Real Barriers to Housing Affordability

    Using Research to Assemble Durable Coalitions and Expand Political Capacity
    Documentos de Trabalho
    Dezembro 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...

  10. Nueva publicación

    Desarrollo equitativo de las antiguas ciudades industriales más pequeñas de los Estados Unidos
    Revista Land Lines
    Julho 2021

    Los antiguos centros industriales y fabriles, como Dayton, Ohio, y Gary, Indiana (conocidos como antiguas ciudades industriales) no tienen por qué elegir entre crecimiento económico e igualdad. El...


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