By Issi Romem The link between housing production and outward expansion is unmistakable: cities that expand more produce proportionally more new housing. Throughout the country, housing production is skewed towards low density areas. Densification has slowed down across the board, and especially in expensive cities, undermining their ability to compensate for less outward expansion.
Study by Center for Outcomes Research and Education (CORE) and Enterprise Community Partners Concludes Affordable Housing Leads to Better Health
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