Articles and Publications: Community Development Corporations (CDCs)

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2002

Robert Zdenek and Carol Steinbach, "Built to Last," Shelterforce Online, issue 123, 2002.

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1999

National Congress for Community Economic Development (NCCED), Coming of Age, Washington, DC: NCCED, 1999.

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1997

2014

Althea Arnold, et al., Out of Reach 2014, National Low Income Housing Coalition, 2014.
*NEW* Christopher Walker, Building Sustainable Communities: Initial Research Results, New York, NY: LISC, October 2014, 1-15.

Written by LISC (Local Initiatives Support Corporation) Director of Research Chris Walker, this report highlights early-stage results from LISC’s Building Sustainable Communities initiative. The report demonstrates how a comprehensive community development approach that targets investments in affordable housing, economic development, edu­cation, health, and safety can significantly raise incomes and decrease unemployment in low-income neighborhoods. Also included are case studies in Providence, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, and Chicago. 

2013

2012

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

1998

Robert Zdenek and Carol Steinbach, "Built to Last," Shelterforce Online, issue 123, 2002.
National Congress for Community Economic Development (NCCED), Coming of Age, Washington, DC: NCCED, 1999.
Althea Arnold, et al., Out of Reach 2014, National Low Income Housing Coalition, 2014.
*NEW* Christopher Walker, Building Sustainable Communities: Initial Research Results, New York, NY: LISC, October 2014, 1-15.

Written by LISC (Local Initiatives Support Corporation) Director of Research Chris Walker, this report highlights early-stage results from LISC’s Building Sustainable Communities initiative. The report demonstrates how a comprehensive community development approach that targets investments in affordable housing, economic development, edu­cation, health, and safety can significantly raise incomes and decrease unemployment in low-income neighborhoods. Also included are case studies in Providence, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, and Chicago.