Topics :: Housing and Urban Development
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By Jennifer Peltz, Meghan Barr | Monday Mar 25, 2013
Public housing projects in New York City may further integrate low-income and market value properties in some of the city’s most desirable neighborhoods.
By Heather Tan | Wednesday Feb 27, 2013
Already one of the most densely populated countries in the world, Singapore is projecting its population to swell by a third over the next two decades. To accommodate the influx, its planners envisage expanding upward, outward and downward.
By VERENA DOBNIK | Saturday Aug 11, 2012
New York lost the 2012 Olympics, but the city’s bid for the summer games spurred another, visionary venture: building up the largest undeveloped parcel in Manhattan.
By Mike Householder | Monday Mar 12, 2012
A new rule took effect this week barring those who own or operate U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-funded housing from asking about an applicant’s sexual orientation or gender identity, an Obama Administration official announced Friday.
By ALAN CLENDENNING | Tuesday Feb 28, 2012
Towering apartment blocks, complete with swimming pools and playgrounds, loom over empty streets, weed-filled lots and gaping excavation pits. The lone bank in this mega-development nicknamed "Manhattan" closed two years ago.
By Michael K. Lavers | Saturday Jan 28, 2012
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan announced on Saturday that his agency will officially codify a proposed ban on anti-LGBT discrimination in federal housing programs next week.
By HOPE YEN | Tuesday Oct 11, 2011
The American dream of homeownership has felt its biggest drop since the Great Depression, according to new 2010 census figures.
By Michael K. Lavers | Thursday Jan 20, 2011
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan announced on Thursday, Jan. 20, his agency will seek to adopt new regulations that would ban discrimination against LGBT people who seek access to HUD or HUD-funded programs.
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