Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards

ULI’s Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards recognize and honor exemplary developments that demonstrate creativity in expanding housing opportunities for America’s working families. 

New this year, the 2014 Jack Kemp Awards will honor developments that ensure housing affordability for a range of incomes, particularly for households earning below 120 percent of area median income (AMI). Previously, only developments serving those earning 60-120 percent AMI were eligible.

Developments are selected based on a number of criteria, including:

  • Number of affordable and workforce housing units;
  • Successful market acceptance and neighborhood impact;
  • Demonstrated community benefits, including supporting a mix of incomes.
  • Proximity to employment centers and transportation hubs;
  • Quality of the design, amenities and site planning;
  • Involvement of public and private partnerships;
  • Ability to leverage public, private, and nonprofit funds;
  • Use of regulatory reform to reduce costs;
  • Minimal use of public subsidy;
  • Energy efficiency beyond code;
  • Sustainable green construction and land development, as well as the demonstrated cost effectiveness of these efforts;
  • Innovative building technologies and systems; and
  • Replicability of the development.

Learn more! Click here to access the complete submission requirements for the 2014 awards cycle.

Previous Jack Kemp Workforce Housing Models of Excellence Award Winners and Finalists

The call-for-submissions for the 2014 has closed.

The 2014 ULI Housing Awards winners and finalists will be announced at the ULI Fall Meeting in New York, NY, October 21-23.

For more information, email
Terwilliger.Award@uli.org.

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