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Charlottesville Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 20, 2018
(RECAP: As the cost of housing in Charlottesville continues to increase, City Council has been briefed on a needs assessment intended to inform policy changes to increase the number of affordable units within the city’s borders.)
INSIDENOVA, Wednesday, June 20, 2018
(RECAP: Arlington County Board members on June 19 paid tribute to the life of Jack Cornman, a longtime civic activist most frequently found on the front lines in an effort to retain affordable housing in the community.)
The News & Advance, Wednesday, June 20, 2018
(RECAP: The Lynchburg Regional Housing Collaborative engaged the Columbia, Maryland-based nonprofit Enterprise Community Partners to conduct a housing stability and economic security study earlier this month thanks to a $20,000 Community Impact Grant from the Virginia Housing Development Authority.)
Washington Business Journal, Tuesday, June 19, 2018
(RECAP: While the senator spoke publicly of the importance of affordable and inclusive housing in the region, that's not what he thinks is its biggest barrier in battling for Amazon's HQ2 bid.)
Times Virginian, Monday, June 18, 2018
(RECAP: State, local and federal officials convened in Farmville on June 5 for a Virginia Rural Housing Roundtable luncheon designed to spark dialog around affordability, availability and other issues affecting rural housing across the Commonwealth.)
The Alexandria Times, Friday, June 15, 2018
(RECAP: The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection’s affordable housing project, named “The Spire,” won $2.3 million in 9 percent low-income housing tax credits from the Virginia Housing Development Authority, the church announced Wednesday.)
Fredericksburg.com, Thursday, June 14, 2018
(RECAP: Across Virginia, the National Low Income Housing Coalition’s 2018 Out of Reach Report found that renters need to earn a $23.69 hourly wage to afford a two-bedroom rental. Virginia has the 12th-highest housing wage—the hourly wage a renter needs to earn in order to afford a rental home of a particular size at the Fair Market Rent—in the country.)
Alexandria Times, Thursday, June 14, 2018
(RECAP: Carpenter’s Shelter relocated Saturday to a temporary location at the former Macy’s in Landmark Mall. The shelter will continue to serve the homeless population out of the former Macy’s while their previous site, located on North Henry Street in Old Town, is demolished and a new shelter is constructed.)
MULTI-HOUSING NEWS, Tuesday, June 12, 2018
(RECAP: Nonprofit developer AHC Inc. began work on transforming The Berkeley, an obsolete property in Arlington Va., into a new affordable community. The $100 million redevelopment will turn the 137 homes currently on the site into 256 apartments.)
The Daily Progress, Tuesday, June 12, 2018
(RECAP: With plans to start redeveloping the historic Monticello Dairy building into a mixed-use development with retail and office space this summer — and a spring 2020 opening date in mind — the developer needs the council’s approval for the construction of two five-floor buildings on the 4.4-acre parcel owned by Dairy Holdings LLC soon after.)
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