The Terner Center, in collaboration with SPUR, has released a framework for how state policymakers can prioritize and expand housing production in California in the near future.
Four Tools For Stimulating Economic Recovery Through New Homebuilding
Standing with the Black Community to End Police Brutality
The Terner Center stands in solidarity with the black community and all of those demanding an end to police brutality.
New Policy Brief: Policy changes could unlock significant new housing potential for faith-based organizations
A new policy brief shows that approximately 38,800 acres of religious institutions’ land – equivalent to the size of the City of Stockton – could potentially support new housing development.
Join a Virtual Presentation of the UC Berkeley 2020 Housing Development Challenge Team
On Monday, May 18th, the Terner Center invites you to join the UC Berkeley 2020 Team as they virtually present their final project for the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Low-Income Housing Challenge.
Op-Ed by Carol Galante in The New York Times: Now Is the Time to Embrace Density
Faculty Director Carol Galante has authored an opinion piece as part of “The America We Need” series published by The New York Times.
UC Berkeley Graduate Students Presented at the 2020 Innovation in Affordable Housing Competition
On April 16, a group of UC Berkeley graduate students virtually presented their concept for the 2020 Innovation in Affordable Housing (IAH) Student Design and Planning Competition.
A Plan to Keep Renters Housed Through the COVID-19 Recovery
A new policy analysis offers recommendations for structuring federal rental assistance that is urgently-needed to aid the millions of renters facing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Op-Ed in Housing Wire: Renters need help now – Here’s how to deliver it
Faculty Director Carol Galante and Barry Zigas have co-authored a new op-ed arguing for the federal government to establish a loan program to property owners to substitute lost rental income while a more comprehensive program providing direct assistance to renters is established.
Estimating COVID-19’s Near-Term Impact on Renters
Today, the Terner Center has published a new analysis that provides insights into the extent to which renter households may be affected by the initial economic impacts of the pandemic, and how those impacts vary across states and metropolitan areas.
Why Does It Cost So Much to Build in California? Two New Papers on Construction Costs
The Terner Center has released two reports presenting new data to illuminate the factors that contribute to the high costs of building housing in California.