An intriguing post about what urban cities should be doing now to prepare for disaster housing. If a disaster were to strike a dense urban neighborhood, the FEMA trailers wouldn’t be of much use. Each one houses one family and needs 20 feet of space on either side. Imagine trying to rehouse a single New [...]
Central Atlanta Progress has released updated data in it's Downtown Counts report. Categories include: People & Places - Revised With 9,300 people per square mile, Downtown is Atlanta's densest urban sub-market. Office Market - Revised Downtown Atlanta is home to the largest inventory of office space of all urban markets. Retail & Spending - Revised [...]
We can't agree more with the four factors laid out by Rebecca Burns in her Politico article.
via Flickr by Mark Moz On paper, today’s young adults are better positioned to buy than those of an earlier generation. Affordability for entry-level buyers is more than twice as high, according to an index composed by the NAR using such data as interest rates, median income, and price. Mortgage payments as a [...]
A very intriguing and sad analysis of the current state of affairs by the Urban Institute. A few excerpts: Not one county in the United States has an even balance between its ELI [Extremely Low Income] households and its affordable and available rental units. As a result, ELI households have to search harder for a [...]
Our New Address is: 12th & Midtown 1075 Peachtree Street, NE Suite 3650 Atlanta, Georgia 30309 Below is the card we sent out. Feel free to scan the QR Code for the new info.