Affordable housing and urban redevelopment in the United States / edited by Willem van Vliet--

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Subjects: Housing--United States
Housing policy--United States
Urban renewal--United States
Urban policy--United States
Cities and towns--United States
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, c1997
Series: Urban affairs annual reviews 46
Urban affairs annual reviews v. 46
LC Classification: H, HT
Physical Description: xv, 288 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Table of Contents: Foreword / Avis C. Vidal
Preface
Acknowledgments
1. Changes and Challenges in Affordable Housing and Urban Development / Mary K. Nenno 1
Pt. I. Developing Success Stories
Introduction / Susan S. Fainstein 23
2. From BURP to BHP to Demo Dispo: Lessons From Affordable Multifamily Housing Rehabilitation Initiatives in Boston / Rachel G. Bratt 27
3. The Provision of Affordable Housing in Cleveland: Patterns of Organizational and Financial Support / Norman Krumholz 52
4. Twenty-Five Years of Community Building in the South Bronx: Phipps Houses in West Farms / Lynda Simmons 73
Pt. II. Turning Around Failure
Introduction / Peter Marcuse 95
5. The Revitalization of Boston's Commonwealth Public Housing Development / Lawrence J. Vale 100
6. Chicago's Mixed-Income New Communities Strategy: The Future Face of Public Housing? / Michael H. Schill 135
7. Return from Abandonment: The Tenant Interim Lease Program and the Development of Low-Income Cooperatives in New York City's Most Neglected Neighborhoods / Andrew White, Susan Saegert 158
Pt. III. Searching for Solutions
Introduction / Holly Sklar 181
8. Sandtown-Winchester, Baltimore: Housing as Community Development / Edward G. Goetz 187
9. The California Mutual Housing Association: Organizational Innovation for Resident-Controlled Affordable Housing / Neal Richman, Allan David Heskin 210
10. Housing Trust Funds: A New Approach to Funding Affordable Housing / Mary E. Brooks 229
11. Learning From Experience: The Ingredients and Transferability of Success / Willem van Vliet 246
Index 277
About the Contributors 284
Additional Authors: Van Vliet--, Willem, 1952-
Notes: LCCN: gb 98007144
ISBN: 0803970501
ISBN: 080397051X (pbk.)
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents: [1] Changes and challenges in affordable housing and urban development / Mary K. Nenno -- From BURP to BHP to Demo Dispo: lessons from affordable multifamily housing rehabilitation initiatives in Boston / Rachel G. Bratt -- The provision of affordable housing in Cleveland: patterns of organizational and financial support / Norman Krumholz -- Twenty-five years of community building in the South Bronx: Phipps Houses in West Farms / Lynda Simmons -- The revitalization of
Contents: [2] Boston's commonwealth public housing development / Lawrence J. Vale -- Chicago's mixed income new communities strategy: the future face of public housing? / Michael H. Schill -- Return from abandonment: the Tenant Interim Lease Program and the development of low-income cooperatives in New York City's most neglected neighborhoods / Andrew White and Susan Saegert -- Sandtown-Winchester, Baltimore: housing as community development / Edward G. Goetz -- The California Mutual Housing Association: organizational innovation for resident-controlled affordable housing / Neal Richman and Allan David Heskin -- Housing trust funds: a new approach to funding affordable housing / Mary E. Brooks -- Learning from experience: the ingredients and transferability of success / W. van Vliet--
OCLC Number: 35749033
ISBN/ISSN: 0803970501
080397051X
0083-4688