At long last, HUD’s HOPE VI Program strategy to replace concentrated public housing with mixed-income neighborhoods is complete, almost a quarter-century since it was first unveiled to the public. Results are mixed, according to the study, HOPE VI Data Compilation & Analysis, assembled by HUD’s Office of Policy Development & Research. The study shows that the effort to deconcentrate poverty and revitalize neighborhoods succeeded in some areas. But the thrust to end re [...]
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