March 16, 2017
- A study by the Institute for Children, Poverty and Homelessness finds that New York City’s homeless high school students are more likely to face an array of health risks than their non-homeless counterparts.
- Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh has made affordable housing a priority for his administration and has set a goal of creating 6,500 new affordable units by 2030. However, uncertainty in the Housing Credit market has affected the value of the credit, which could hinder cities and states in creating more housing for low-income residents.
- Citing an example from Des Moines, Iowa, an article by The Associated Press examines how the redevelopment of industrial districts often displaces light industrial businesses and warehouses.