Public Benefit from Publicly Owned Parcels

Posted July 20th, 2017

A new study by Enterprise, identifies leading practices and recommendations for overcoming challenges to creating affordable housing and other community benefits through the publicly owned parcel development process.  In today's current environment of resource scarcity, publicly owned parcels represent a rare opportunity to provide a range of benefits to both public agencies and broader communities. However, efficiency is critical to delivering on this promise, as numerous complexities and competing pressures can chip away at the value that such efforts can create.

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