"A Big Life in a Tiny Home"

The New York Times | July 22, 2016

The actress Linda Emond moved to New York in the mid-90s with few possessions and no idea where she wanted to drop anchor.

“My guess was that I would be doing theater, or that I’d want to be doing theater, so I wanted to be in Manhattan in a safe location where there was public transportation,” said Ms. Emond, 57,


"Car-Free, Micro-DNA and Modular – Part 1"

WNAC (WinchesterNAC.com) | July 22, 2016

Encouraging developments that are car-free with micro-size dwelling units and use modular construction are three things that cities can do to make housing more affordable, according to Patrick Kennedy, founder of Panoramic Interests. With over 25 years developing projects Kennedy has experience in understanding the roadblocks to affordability.


"Yuba County creates ‘tiny homes’ for some of its homeless population"

The Sacramento Bee | July 21, 2016

Yuba County created “tiny homes” for some of it’s homeless population. The county opened the doors on July 15, 2016. The house are a collaboration with the city and Habitat for Humanity.


"What Is Supportive Housing?"

Supportive Housing Network of New York | July 20, 2016

Supportive housing is just that: Housing plus support. Tenants have affordable apartments and easy access to whatever help they need to stay housed and healthy.


"Local Developers offer vision for SoMa’s Harrison Street"

SF Chronicle | July 15, 2016

Harrison Street in SoMa is the latest frontier for housing development in San Francisco. And it’s an unlikely location.

Home to five lanes of traffic zooming on and off the freeway, that part of Harrison Street has never offered a hospitable habitat for the investors and builders who have reshaped so much of South of Market.


"Conventional thinking is biggest roadblock to housing the homeless"

Medium.com | July 6, 2016

June 29th marked the beginning of the San Francisco Homeless Project, an effort where 70+ Bay Area media organizations are putting their attention on our city’s ongoing and tragic homeless situation. One of the biggest questions the project is posing is how do we as a city provide the housing necessary to effect real and lasting change for our chronically homeless citizens?


"Unequal City"

Curbed.com | July 6, 2016

How wealthy tourists have gentrified Jackson Hole, Wyoming, into a housing crisis

In March 2016, the family of 11-year-old Ventura Garcia Perez, otherwise known as “Vennie,” received an eviction letter. Born in Jackson, Wyoming, Vennie lives in the 56-unit Virginian Village Apartment complex with his parents, his four-year-old brother Dominic, and his dog Charlie. Throughout this summer, the owners of the Virginian are evictingseveral hundred tenants on a rolling timeline so the apartments can be remodeled and sold or rented at higher rates.


"Letter from Dorothy Walker, noted planner, to City Council"

Dorothy Walker | July 1, 2016

The presentations to the City Council at the workshop on housing on February 16 included a great deal of helpful data and many recommendations about how to achieve more housing to serve all income levels.  In the Council discussion that followed, it was clear that all members agree there is a housing crisis that requires sustained effort and new approaches.