Jim Buchta · StarTribune · 2 December 2023
During October, townhouse sales in the metro rose 6.5% compared with last year, compared with a nearly 8% decline in single-family sales, according to the latest data from the Minneapolis Area Realtors.
Ben Horowitz and Zakary Yudhishthu · Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis · 3 October 2023
How the Bloomington MN Opportunity Housing Ordinance both mandates more affordable units and satisfies developers.
Evan Ramstad · StarTribune · 25 October 2023
Affordable housing is now an economic imperative.
Teo Armus and Yifan Luo · Washington Post · 20 October 2023
Missing middle housing doesn’t refer to the middle class. Rather, it’s about a certain kind of housing — including townhouses, duplexes and small garden apartments.
Catherine Rampell · Washington Post · 20 October 2023
Across the country, demand for affordable housing continues to exceed supply. The solution, then, should be clear: increase supply, by making it easier to build.
Kyle Stokes · MinnPost · 11 October 2023
Duplexes or triplexes would be allowed on almost any lot in St. Paul. Fourplexes would be permitted on any lot that is large enough.
Amelia Nierenberg · New York Times · 30 September 2023
A project in Connecticut is an effort to improve the quality of life for early childhood educators and increase their buying power, without raising tuition costs for parents.
Talmon Joseph Smith · New York Times · 17 August 2023
Inequality has always been rampant within the orbit of popular destinations. But the financial knock-on effects of those ritzy spheres have expanded as the pandemic-induced surge in remote work has supercharged divides.
‘This can’t go on forever’: Forum will address ongoing housing needs of adults with serious mental illness
Andy Steiner · MinnPost · 5 September 2023
A group of parents who have adlt children with disabilities and mental health challenges has organized a forum titled, “Housing Dilemma for Adults with Serious Mental Illness: What Happens After Parents are Gone?” to be held at Edina City Hall, 4801 2. 50 th St., on Wednesday, Sept. 6, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The forum is sponsored by NAMI Minnesota and the League of Women Voters.