Recently, HUD’s Office of HIV/AIDS Housing published a white paper aimed at illuminating the intersection between housing and health care with improved health outcomes for those living with HIV. Continue reading
How do you define home? Recently, we asked the children of South Boston’s Old Colony public housing community to share with us what home means to them. These children have seen a dramatic transformation take place in their community with new homes replacing the original 73-year-old housing through two phases of redevelopment. Continue reading
Last week, HUD Secretary Julián Castro issued an open letter to utility companies across the United States encouraging them to work with building owners to facilitate access to whole-building utility usage data. This is a critical issue for owners and operators of multifamily housing, and particularly for the affordable housing community and HUD. Continue reading
Introducing the 2015 HUD Innovation in Affordable Housing Student Design and Planning Competition
We are excited to announce the second year of the HUD Innovation in Affordable Housing Student Design and Planning Competition (IAH). The competition officially launched November 12 and registration is now open! Complete information is available on the competition’s website. Continue reading
Welcome to another edition of our blog series, A Day in the Life, which will introduce you to HUD employees and highlight the important work they do.
Today we meet Lee González, Civil Rights Analyst, Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO), Boston Regional Office. Continue reading