The Minnesota Preservation Plus Initiative (MPPI) recently released a new study exploring the challenges in preserving unsubsidized affordable rental housing. The report, called The Space Between: Realities and Possibilities in Preserving Unsubsidized Affordable Rental Housing, makes recommendations for policies and strategies to identify and preserve these units. The learning and recommendations from the extensive study are applicable both locally and nationally. ULI Minnesota was part of the research team to connect the research with local market application and public policy and respond to the growing need to preserve and improve this critical housing stock. The work was completed with guidance from the strategic partners: Family Housing Fund, Minnesota Housing and the Greater Minnesota Housing Fund.
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Terwilliger Center: @HPN_Network While we would co-sign Pam's great article, she is now of @JRTHousing. Check them out for more on fed policy. 1 day ago
Terwilliger Center: Investors like Turner Impact Capital see an economic rationale in keeping apts affordable, per S. Williams. https://t.co/IiQ1db68vf 4 days ago
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