My Path Toward Enlightenment on Inclusionary Housing

Ann Hollingshead is a recent graduate of the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley. While at the Goldman School, she wrote her master’s thesis entitled, When and How Cities Should Implement Inclusionary Housing Policies?, with support and funding from the Cornerstone Partnership.  Berkeley’s Goldman School…

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What Now? Understanding What CBIA vs. City of San Jose Means for Inclusionary Housing in California’s Cities

This blog post was co-authored by Sasha Hauswald and Michael Rawson, Director of the Public Interest Law Project, and written into an interview-style format. On Monday, June 15, the California Supreme Court issued its long awaited decision on the “San Jose Case.”  In a landmark opinion, the court affirmed that Inclusionary Housing…

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Seattle Shifts its Affordable Housing Policy

© 2015 by the American Planning Association. Reprinted by permission of Planning magazine. In 2013, when the Seattle city council considered rezoning the South Lake Union neighborhood to allow high-rise development, it faced a dilemma. The city’s incentive zoning policy required developers to help meet the local need for affordable…

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Cornerstone’s Top 10 Blog Posts of 2014

Happy Holidays from Cornerstone Partnership! As an end-of-the-year special, we gathered the top 10 blog posts from this past year so you can remember the themes, ideas, and stories of 2014! Happy reading!     A Look at the Data: Greater Social Impact Through Long-Term Affordable Homeownership by Thane Maxwell,…

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