Kill growth caps, environmental and housing advocates tells Polis | News

A wish list presented to the governor by a group of housing advocates includes prohibiting local governments from maintaining “growth caps,” embracing a regional approach and preferring denser neighborhoods around transit hubs. Growth caps are measures that seek to limit new housing developments. Proponents often argue such caps are keyContinue Reading

HPD Selects Plans and Partners for 238-Unit Wellness and Healing-Focused Affordable Housing Development

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) selected “The Steps at Saratoga” proposal from RiseBoro, IMPACCT Brooklyn, and Urbane Development to build new affordable housing for seniors and low-income families and advance food justice and wellness on a vacant lot in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. The project aimsContinue Reading

Affordability, housing, environment among Democrat priorities

Housing, water, gun violence and affordability will be among the sweeping priorities for lawmakers when historic Democratic majorities gather in the state Capitol for the start of the 2023 legislative session next week, leaders of the General Assembly said Monday. Rep. Julie McCluskie, who will lead a supermajority in theContinue Reading

RH Benefits From Strategic Moves, Soft Housing Demand Ails

Amid housing industry headwinds and inflationary pressure dampening profits, RH RH has been benefiting from prudent growth initiatives, margin expansion efforts and solid returns. Shares of this leading luxury retailer in the home furnishing space have increased 4.6% over the past three months, outperforming the S&P 500 index’s 0.6% decline.Continue Reading

Graduates of Equitable Development Initiative Pitch Affordable Housing Projects in Dallas Area » Dallas Innovates

14 of the 15 graduates of Capital Impact Partners’ Equitable Development Initiative at the Nov. 28 2022 event. [Photo: Capital Impact Partners] A program aimed at advancing the careers of Dallas-area developers of color reached a turning point Friday night, by graduating its first 15 developers—who took their turns pitchingContinue Reading

ntel logo on a table centerpiece at the company's groundbreaking ceremony for the Licking County plant.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Intel’s announcement earlier this year of a $20 billion manufacturing operation bringing thousands of jobs to rural Ohio was greeted as an economic boon. But behind that enthusiasm lurked a pressing question. “Where are we putting everybody?” asked Melissa Humbert-Washington, vice president of programs and servicesContinue Reading