Event Recap: Reporting on Housing Access in the Twin Cities
Housing on Tap recently featured a discussion with the Star Tribune’s MaryJo Webster on her work covering housing access in the Twin Cities.
State Legislatures and Housing – May 2023
As more legislatures across the country begin to wrap up their work, Housing Affordability Institute provides a look at the lessons learned.
Introducing Housing on Tap Event Series
Housing on Tap features conversations with the individuals and organizations playing a pivotal role in the housing conversation.
Zoning Modernization Efforts on the Move
Zoning modernization efforts are progressing across the nation. Montana and Colorado have shown when governors lead, the legislatures act.
Where Have All The New Starter Homes Gone?
Recently, the Star Tribune asked where have all the starter homes gone. This is a timely, if not long overdue, question.
State Legislatures and Housing: March 2023
As March nears the halfway point, state legislatures continue to press forward on housing.
State Legislatures and Housing: February 2023
This post is a part of Housing Affordability Institute’s ongoing State Legislatures and Housing Reform project. Throughout 2023, the Institute will monitor how state lawmakers are working to address their states’ housing challenges. Legislative leaders and governors across the nation continue to press forward on substantive housing reform initiatives. In the first seven weeks of…
New White Paper Examines PUDs and Housing Affordability
In its latest white paper, Housing Affordability Institute examines planned unit developments (PUDs) and housing affordability.
Commentary: Big Problems Require Bold, Ambitious Action – Housing Is No Different
Massive problems, like the housing inventory, affordability, and access issues seen in a growing number of states, require bold and ambitious action.
Event Recap: How Zoning Broke the American City
On Dec. 14, a group of 50 Minnesotans gathered for a discussion on zoning reform. Builders, developers, city staff, housing advocates and housing
Event: How Zoning Broke The American City
Join Housing Affordability Institute on Wednesday, Dec. 14 at Lake Monster Brewing Company for a conversation on zoning reform with special guest M. Nolan Gray, author of “Arbitrary Lines: How Zoning Broke The American City.” The free event begins at 6:30 p.m. Registration Has Closed About M. Nolan Gray M. Nolan Gray is a professional…