CHPC expands its analysis of affordable housing lease-up times with new, more granular data.
The focus of this interim report is to describe why properties did or did not advance through the pilot and to outline additional changes that would enable the implementation of an effective legalization program at scale.
In its directory of housing projects, CHPC describes a range of facilities employed by cities to house refugees, including emergency shelters, temporary housing structures, and short-term and long-term construction projects.
CHPC’s new report on basement flood safety & stormwater equity explores possible interventions designed for city-, neighborhood-, and lot-level accountability.
Utilizing Seven National Tenant Engagement Standards from the UK, CHPC has developed a toolkit of options for how public housing residents could productively participate in property management after a PACT conversion.
In a new policy brief, CHPC, in partnership with the New York State Association for Affordable Housing (NYSAFAH), sets out the compelling argument for zoning reform to facilitate solar panels.