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Community Development Investment Review

2005 - 2017

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2017, issue 1

The What Works Book Sparked an Ongoing Conversation about Better Interventions for Low-Income Communities pp. 005-010 Downloads
David J. Erickson
A Hole in Our Vision: Race, Gender and Justice in Community Development pp. 011-014 Downloads
Nancy O. Andrews
Reflecting on What Works: Disruptive Leaders Are Essential pp. 015-020 Downloads
Carol Naughton
How Collaboration Drives Community Development Innovation in Los Angeles pp. 021-025 Downloads
Helmi Hisserich
Building on the Ambitions and Aspirations of Newcomers pp. 027-033 Downloads
Angela Blanchard
Sparking Change in New England’s Smaller Cities: Lessons from Early Rounds of the Working Cities Challenge pp. 035-042 Downloads
Kseniya Benderskaya and Colleen Dawicki
The SPARCC Initiative: Fostering Racial Equity, Health, and Climate Resilience in the Built Environment pp. 043-051 Downloads
Chris Kabel, Amy Kenyon and Sharon Z. Roerty
Sustainable Little Tokyo: Resisting Gentrification and Displacement Through Holistic Community Engagement and Development pp. 053-061 Downloads
Josh Ishimatsu and Dean Matsubayashi
Rural CDFIs Give Voice to a Brighter Future in Rural Regions pp. 063-072 Downloads
Betsy Biemann and Keith Bisson
The Role of Community Development in Supporting People in Reentry from Prison pp. 073-080 Downloads
Lena Robinson and Mark A. Hake
The Evolution and Future of the Healthy Communities Movement pp. 081-092 Downloads
Renee Roy Elias and Alison Moore
Building on What Works and Investing in Progress pp. 093-097 Downloads
Brandee McHale
Partners In Progress Case Study: BRIDGE Housing pp. 099-108 Downloads
Carl Sussman and John Weiser
Partners in Progress Case Study: CASA pp. 109-116 Downloads
Carl Sussman and John Weiser
Partners In Progress Case Study: Community Solutions pp. 117-123 Downloads
Carl Sussman and John Weiser
Partners in Progress Case Study: East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation pp. 125-132 Downloads
Carl Sussman and John Weiser
Partners in Progress Case Study: Fairfield County Community Foundation pp. 133-141 Downloads
Matthew Singh and Rachel Bluestein
Partners in Progress Case Study: Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida pp. 143-152 Downloads
Carl Sussman and John Weiser

2016, issue 01

The Middle Neighborhood Movement, 1970-2000 pp. 001-007 Downloads
Joe McNeely and Paul C. Brophy
The Case for Intervention in Middle Neighborhoods pp. 008-020 Downloads
George Galster
Demographics and Characteristics of Middle Neighborhoods in Select Legacy Cities pp. 021-045 Downloads
Ira Goldstein, William Schrecker and Jacob L. Rosch
Is the Urban Middle Neighborhood an Endangered Species? Multiple Challenges and Difficult Answers pp. 046-062 Downloads
Alan Mallach
Homeownership and the Stability of Middle Neighborhoods pp. 063-083 Downloads
Alan Mallach
Strategies to Improve Middle Neighborhoods pp. 084-099 Downloads
David Boehlke
Using Place Branding Strategy to Create Homebuyer Demand for Legacy City Neighborhoods pp. 100-116 Downloads
Marcia Nedland
The Healthy Neighborhoods Program: A Middle Neighborhoods Improvement Strategy pp. 117-126 Downloads
Mark Sissman and Darlene Russell
Understanding Middle Market Neighborhoods as Vital Parts of Regional Economies pp. 127-140 Downloads
Robert Weissbourd
Rebuilding from Strength as a Strategy to Safeguard Middle Neighborhoods in Detroit: A Philanthropic Perspective pp. 141-144 Downloads
Wendy Jackson
Local Public Policy and Middle Neighborhoods pp. 145-156 Downloads
Henry S. Webber
Preservation in Middle Neighborhoods: Promising Results in Ohio pp. 157-176 Downloads
Cara Bertron and Nicholas Hamilton

2014, issue 02

Opportunity at the intersection of community development and creative placemaking pp. 005-009 Downloads
Ben Hecht
Creative placemaking: an interview with the Ford Foundation pp. 011-016 Downloads
Darren Walker, Xavier de Souza Briggs and Laura Callanan
Five roles for arts, culture, and design in economic development pp. 017-023 Downloads
Mary Jo Waits
Arts for the City: community arts and affordability innovations in San Francisco pp. 025-030 Downloads
Edwin M. Lee and Tom DeCaigny
The meaning of the creative economy in Los Angeles pp. 031-034 Downloads
Samuel Hoi
Creative placemaking: how to do it well pp. 035-042 Downloads
Ann Markusen and Anne Gadwa Nicodemus
Measuring the economic and social impacts of cultural organizations pp. 043-048 Downloads
Stephen Sheppard
Assessing a set of indicators for creative placemaking: reflections from the field pp. 049-055 Downloads
Elaine Morley and Mary K. Winkler
Financing creative places pp. 057-063 Downloads
Gary Hattem
Our town: supporting the arts in communities throughout the United States pp. 065-071 Downloads
Jane Chu and Jason Schupbach
Arts and culture in Detroit: central to our past and our future pp. 073-075 Downloads
Rip Rapson
Creative placemaking in community planning and development: an introduction to ArtPlace America pp. 077-084 Downloads
Jamie Bennett
Strengthening economic development pp. 085-100 Downloads
Jodi Farrell, Ana Morgenstern, Michael Forsyth, Laura Zabel and Kimberly Driggins
Seeding civic engagement pp. 101-115 Downloads
Tracy Taft, Jim Lasko, Julia Taylor and Lori Lobenstine
Building resiliency pp. 116-130 Downloads
Nancy Barton, Nicole Crutchfield, Lisa Hoffman and Laetitia Wolff
Contributing to quality of life pp. 131-144 Downloads
Marilyn Higgins, Bruce Farnsworth, Joseph Kunkel and Prema Gupta

2014, issue 01

Mixing asset building with energy efficiency: a recipe for financial and environmental sustainability pp. 005-010 Downloads
Andrea Levere
The future of the clean (green) economy pp. 013-021 Downloads
Denise G. Fairchild
Cleaner energy and health: household, local and global benefits pp. 023-026 Downloads
Dana Bourland and Yianice Hernandez
Financing energy efficiency retrofits of affordable multifamily buildings pp. 027-034 Downloads
John G. (Jack) Markowski, Anne Evens and Matt Schwartz
Manufactured homes help both save the planet and save money for low-income owners pp. 035-042 Downloads
Stacey Epperson and Doug Ryan
Utilities and community developers partner to improve the energy efficiency of affordable rental housing nationwide pp. 043-052 Downloads
Michael Bodaken and Todd Nedwick
Integrating energy efficiency into mortgage financing: promising efforts in the New York City multifamily building sector pp. 053-061 Downloads
Sam Marks
Home energy efficiency and mortgage risks: an extended abstract pp. 063-069 Downloads
Nikhil Kaza, Roberto Quercia and Robert J. Sahadi
Charter schools ripe for green investments pp. 071-083 Downloads
Kim Dempsey and Jennifer Afdahl Rice
Financing energy efficiency in low-income multifamily rental housing: a progress update from the Low Income Investment Fund pp. 085-090 Downloads
Nancy O. Andrews and Dan Rinzler
Neighborhood health: a new framework for investing in sustainable communities pp. 091-101 Downloads
Maggie Super Church
Bringing down green financing costs: how a state-sponsored bank might be the key pp. 103-107 Downloads
Richard L. Kauffman
Understanding the true benefits of both energy efficiency and job creation pp. 109-116 Downloads
Casey Bell
Can cities lead the way in innovative energy retrofits for single-family homes? pp. 117-120 Downloads
Dorian Dale and Will Schweiger
Lenders’ property standards and energy efficiency: the vital link for affordable housing` pp. 123-136 Downloads
Philip Henderson
Energy to heal: health care, climate change, and community resilience pp. 137-146 Downloads
Robin Guenther and Gary Cohen
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