2015 Press Coverage – NPH in the News

2015 Press Coverage – NPH in the News

Bay Area Unlikely to Follow San Francisco’s Footsteps on Housing Crisis
Contra Costa Times, September 11, 2015
NPH’s Executive Director, Amie Fishman, is quoted in an (unfortunately titled) article about getting voters across Bay Area counties to invest valuable public resources into affordable housing at the local level.

 

Bond Eyed to Help County’s Housing Woes
San Mateo Daily Journal, September 1, 2015
NPH’s Policy Director, Michael Lane, discusses the SF Housing Bond spurring similar discussion in San Mateo County.

 

Pop Quiz
Affordable Housing Finance, July 10, 2015
Meet NPH’s Executive Director, Amie Fishman, in AHF’s Pop Quiz!

 

City Visions
KALW Radio, June 19, 2015
NPH’s Executive Director, Amie Fishman discusses solutions to the affordable housing crisis including impact fees, state-level bills to support and keeping communities diverse.

 

The Pacifica Evening News
KPFA Radio, June 15, 2015
NPH’s Communication’s Manager Sarah Gudernatch discusses inclusionary zoning and the recent win in San Jose. Clip runs 5:45 – 7:15

 

State High Court Upholds Right of Cities to Require Affordable Housing in New Developments
The San Francisco Appeal, June 15, 2015
NPH is quoted on the importance of inclusionary programs.

 

State High Court Upholds Affordable Housing
Bay City News, June 15, 2015
NPH is quoted on the importance of inclusionary programs.

 

Marin Among U.S. Leaders in Gap Between Wages and Housing Affordability
Marin Independent Journal, May 25, 2015
NPH’s Executive Director, Amie Fishman, urges production of more affordable housing and discusses low minimum wage, high housing costs and low housing production in Marin county.

 

Priced Out Of Paradise
NorthBay biz, May 2015
NPH’s Executive Director, Amie Fishman, discusses the broken housing market in this important publication.

 

Innovative Design Drives Affordability
San Francisco Business Times, May 15, 2015
NPH’s Communications Manager, Sarah Gudernatch, provided the developments highlighted in this article, an overview of innovative features at these buildings, and contact information for the NPH members featured in the story: BRIDGE Housing, CHP, Mercy Housing, EBALDC, The John Stewart Co., Devine & Gong, Cahill Contractors, Nibbi Brothers, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects, Saida + Sullivan Design Partners, Paulett Taggart Architects, Daniel Solomon Design Partners, and Gelfand Partners Architects.

 

Did Your City Fail the Bay Area’s Housing Supply Test? Probably
San Francisco Business Times, April 13, 2015
NPH was quoted on the supply deficit and the need to produce more homes for lower-income people.

 

Renters Struggle to Keep Up in Menlo Park’s Belle Haven Neighborhood
KQED News, March 15, 2015
Matt Franklin, NPH Board President and MidPen Housing’s President, discusses the economic incentive to house workers near their jobs as well as the pressure long commutes put on families, budgets and the environment.

 

The Buzz: Leadership Change at NPH
Affordable Housing Finance, January/February 2015, page 10

 

Silicon Valley Lacks Affordable Housing
Next City, May 23, 2013

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