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Introducing a New Paper on Off-Site Housing Construction

Announcing the release of Terner Center’s newest paper, Building Affordability by Building Affordably: Exploring the Benefits, Barriers, and Breakthroughs Needed to Scale Off-Site Multifamily Construction, which explores the potential of off-site construction to lower cost of housing. Check out our related blog here.

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