Through the Enterprise Rose Fellowship, one designer will focus on creating affordable housing design in Sylvan Hills and Browns Mill Park.With other fellows at three other locations nationwide, Deborah Pérez Centeno will work with Atlanta ...
By Sonam Vashi More than a dozen organizations will receive microgrants to help revitalize west side neighborhoods through an Atlanta Housing program funded by the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) department. Fourteen groups working ...
A property management company creates a first-time homeownership program in DeKalb County.
A new Atlanta film focuses on English Avenue and Vine City residents impacted by Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
In Atlanta, Enterprise plans to give up to $10,000 each to nonprofits that have ideas for implementing “scalable housing-based health solutions.”
The second story in our Section 8 mini-series focuses on landlords' common complaints and stereotypes, and one housing authority's efforts to address its landlord shortage.
The first in our mini-series about landlords, source-of-income discrimination, and how Atlanta is responding to the issue.
Atlanta’s affordability crisis may feel extreme to some, but how does it compare to other cities in the Southeast?
The city plans to begin developing 550 new units specifically targeted at permanently housing those who are chronically homeless.
Markley contextualizes the demolitions in the northern suburbs within the region’s long history of residential discrimination.
By Sonam Vashi Nearly 500,000 affordable homes across the country funded by a federal program will expire by 2030, according to a new report. In Atlanta, more than one-third of the 11,000 homes funded by ...
The 240-unit development will be "100 percent affordable housing" right next to the Kensington MARTA station.
The city's planning commission bumped up a policy to set aside 10 percent of new apartment units to include the whole city.
For some councilmembers and advocates, the Gulch deal's affordable housing perks aren't enough to justify a potential $1.75 billion in public incentives.
A new report shows affordable housing is disproportionately distributed in Atlanta and recommends keeping housing "affordable" for longer.