We have worked to increase affordable access to job opportunities and essential services by advancing equitable transit-oriented development financing strategies and exploring the potential of other emerging models.
on Dec 8, 2014
Shared-mobility programs like bike-share and car-share have significant potential to benefit low-income users, yet often do not reach that population.
Living Cities commissioned research to explore the potential of bike-share, car-share and ride-share to help low-income people access opportunity.
on Oct 2, 2014
on Sep 8, 2014
Learn more about our investments through our impact investing vehicle, the Catalyst Fund.
on Apr 8, 2014
The following case studies highlight a number predevelopment pitfalls faced in Equitable Transit Oriented Development (ETOD) projects. These case-studies are part of a larger report on bringing Equitable TOD projects to fruition.
on Apr 7, 2014
Living Cities commissioned William Fleissig of Communitas Development and Ian Carlton of ICRC to help determine how equitable TOD stakeholders can avoid or overcome the complications that emerge during the predevelopment phase.
We commissioned William Fleissig of Communitas Development and Ian Carlton of ICRC to write a paper for stakeholders involved in making the critical decisions that drive equitable transit-oriented development to learn from what has worked - and not …
on Nov 12, 2013
This paper is a practitioner’s reflection on subsidy, particularly as it relates to place-based real estate development and financing.
on Apr 7, 2011
What can be done to catalyze equitable and sustainable transit-oriented development (TOD)?
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