Report Summary: Chicago has a worsening shortage of affordable housing for moderate- and lower-income households. However, accessory dwelling units (ADUs) such as backyard, attic-, and basement-level units are restricted and challenging construct. Unlocking ADUs, the ULI Chicago Health and Social Equity Task Force report identifies the numerous barriers to building an ADU and offers a set of recommendations that inspired and informed the development of Chicago’s ADU pilot program.
Change for Good features executive summaries of four ULI member-lead task forces, including observations, findings, and recommendations.
Expanding Options, the ULI Arizona Health and Social Equity Task Force report, provides a framework for planners and policymakers to collaboratively implement market strategies for attainable housing solutions that support inclusivity and avoid displ...
Empowering Community, the ULI Sacramento Health and Social Equity Task Force report, documents the culturally inclusive conversations that led to development of a community toolkit that empowers residents to engage in neighborhood decision-making by ...
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