December 21, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Written by:

            Home of the day: Solar panels atop Washington D.C’s new affordable housing community Sheridan Station Secretary Donovan announces over $1.4 billion in Continuum of Care funding for homeless programs. The New York Times examines the challenges our cities face as they try to make do with less CDBG funds. […]

cont
November 21, 2011

A More Sustainable Future

Written by:

All across the country, thousands of Americans spend a great amount of time commuting to their jobs.  This is precious time that could be spent with their families and not sitting in traffic.  As our families grow and our lives get busier, living close to work becomes vital to our quality of life.  We are […]

cont
November 8, 2011

Daily Housing News Round-up

Written by:

Hey Housing Fans! We hope all of you let your voices be heard by voting in today’s elections.   As your reward for honoring your civic duty, here are some of the day’s top housing stories… Getting recognized for going green! Making affordable housing more affordable. The housing model that is Hartford. Tribute to honor our […]

cont
October 18, 2011

INCREDI-BALE

HUD Region 10 Public Affairs It almost certainly was one of the very first bedtime stories you ever heard.  These three little pigs build a house of straw.  A big, bad and, frankly, pretty bent-out-of-shape wolf shows up, hungry and wanting inside.  “No, no, no!” squeal the three little piggies.  So, the big, bad wolf […]

cont
September 26, 2011

HUD and Partners Launch “I-10-K: Collaborating for Livable and Inclusive Cities” at Clinton Global Initiative

Written by:

Half of the global population lives in cities today – and by 2050, the United Nations predicts three out of every four people will call an urban area home. Pair the growing global population’s shift to the cities with looming concerns like climate change, and it’s easy to see why HUD and our partners in […]

cont