Much has been written in the past few years about the need for universities to become involved in partnerships with other organizations to address societal problems more directly.
About ten minutes from where I live, in Highland Park, north of Chicago, a house is being built.
The purpose of this paper is to present a summary of what is known about the effects of property taxation on the market rents and market values of commercial and industrial real estate in urban areas.
Public housing in the United States is in the midst of unprecedented change.
This report presents three case studies of mixed-income housing development in three very different settings: Montgomery County, Maryland; Atlanta, Georgia; and Boston, Massachusetts.