We are thrilled to launch “ The Network Effect: The Living Cities Perspective in 2012.
If we can stop energy from leaking out of affordable housing, we will also slash carbon pollution and make a big dent in our fight against global warming. A new model offers a promising solution.
At a time of fiscal constraint, four sensible strategies to help the US address urgent infrastructure needs.
We are learning more about what can be done to advance equitable TOD and the capital, policy and implementation challenges.
NatLab has been analyzing the economics of green infrastructure investment on public and private land in order to identify strategies for cities to leverage private capital to attain their clean wate…
The $50 million revolving Bay Area loan fund will provide early-stage financing for housing and mixed-use developments in mixed-income TOD communities.
We are exploring ways that grants and debt can interact and work together to advance our mission of improving the lives of low-income people and the cities they live in.
In a time of tight government budgets, innovative approaches to infrastructure investment are required.
The overall market conditions in a region, city and specific neighborhoods have a large impact on the community development system.
Our Catalyst Fund is recognized on a global list of the top private debt and equity impact investment fund managers that deliver social and environmental value in addition to financial return.
Lessons from our research agenda about how we can create enabling environments in our cities for the deployment of private capital for public good.
A Discussion with Living Cities’ Marian Urquilla and Robin Hacke about integrating program and Capital through The Integration Initiative.
How can we maximize the potential of anchor institutions -- 'eds and meds' -- to drive economic growth and opportunity in our cities and metropolitan regions?
If a city were asked how it could develop a stronger small business ecosystem, what would it say?
Finding ways to foster the success of small business is on the agenda for Living Cities’ Integration Initiative.