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Working Papers

Floodway Buyout Strategy for a Resilient Houston

Erica Vilay, Phil Pollman • July 9, 2020

Houston, Texas, America’s most diverse and fourth-largest city, is the most flooded city in the United States. Houston’s geography and urban planning make flooding and water…

The Ingredients of Equitable Development Planning

Alexander von Hoffman • March 11, 2019

Equitable development is a new form of community development and urban planning aimed at revitalizing disinvested communities and ensuring that all residents of urban places…
Working Papers

Defining Suburbs: How Definitions Shape the Suburban Landscape

Whitney Airgood-Obrycki, Shannon Rieger • February 20, 2019

After the 2018 midterm elections, many reports noted that Democrats gained House seats by winning suburban voters. Some journalists broke down the analysis further and…

PRO Neighborhoods Progress Report 2018

Alexander von Hoffman, Matthew Arck • October 5, 2018

PRO Neighborhoods Progress Report 2018 presents an assessment of the program's first component, which awards funds to groups of CDFIs that collaborate to enhance social and…