The Terner Center joins other housing organizations in urging alternative solutions in the rent control debate in California.
Housing Leaders Issue Call for Alternatives Before Rent Control Measure Goes to Ballot
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.
Terner Center Releases New Brief on Single-Family Renters
The Rise of Single-Family Homes after the Foreclosure Crisis: Understanding Tenant Perspectives is now available.
Faculty Research Advisor and Research Director Present on the Cost of Building Housing at SPUR
Carolina Reid and Elizabeth Kneebone presented early data from our construction costs study as well as recent findings from SF practitioners paper.
Terner Center Partners with ULI SF on Housing the Bay Summit
Policy Director David Garcia also served as a panelist, presenting findings from our recent development fees report.
Faculty Director Moderates Modular Construction Forum with SV@Home
Modular Construction: Can we build affordability by building more affordably?
New Report Looks at the Costs of Development Fees in Seven California Cities
It All Adds Up: The Cost of Housing Development Fees in Seven California Cities