It adds important evidence to the widely held perception that the region is becoming less inclusive
New Brief Explores the Disparities in Bay Area Migration Patterns
Terner Fellow Issi Romem Releases New Study on Construction Labor Shortages
Issi Romem, Chief Economist at BuildZoom and a Terner Fellow, has released a new study on the shortage of construction labor.
FAIR Tax Credit Proposal Cited in Release of Sen. Harris’ New Rent Relief Act
The Terner Center's FAIR Tax Credit proposal influenced a new bill introduced by U.S. Senator Kamala Harris.
Join ULI SF for a Conversation on Rent Control and the Costa-Hawkins Act
The Terner Center is joining a panel discussion on Tuesday, July 31st, 2018.
Terner Center Releases New Study on California’s SB 375
The Terner Center has released a new study on California's SB 375.
Housing Leaders Issue Call for Alternatives Before Rent Control Measure Goes to Ballot
The Terner Center joins other housing organizations in urging alternative solutions in the rent control debate in California.
Why We Need a New Conversation on Rent Control in California, Today.
The Terner Center has released a new brief identifying two policy ideas to protect renters without reducing the overall supply of rental housing.
Terner Center Announces First Webinar in a Series
The first webinar will be titled Making It Pencil: the Math Behind Bay Area Development.
Terner Center Releases New Study on the Experiences of Residents Living in LIHTC Properties
The paper is titled "The Links Between Affordable Housing and Economic Mobility: The Experiences of Residents Living in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Properties"
Terner Center Receives Grant from Packard Foundation
The Terner Center was awarded $750,000 to work on creative solutions for the Bay Area's affordable housing crisis.