This interactive program will explore the mid-20th century use of redlining to prevent Black people from obtaining home loans - and how those practices continue to affect our community today.
Michelle Winters, Executive Director of AHS, will be a featured speaker at this event, which focuses on how cities and businesses can work together to sustainably deliver more housing more affordably.
Planning for Equity and Affordability: Lessons for Arlington from the Minneapolis 2040 Plan
Join AHS Executive Director Michelle Winters and the Urban Land Institute Washington for a panel discussion that brings developers, investors, and policy leaders together to discuss the best practices used to address the housing gap.
The Ellen M. Bozman Affordable Housing Award is given annually to an individual or organization who has significantly advanced efforts to increase the supply of and/or to improve the quality of affordable housing in Arlington through leadership, innovation, and effectiveness over time.
A roundtable conversation for clergy and lay leaders interested in learning more about how to engage in affordable housing efforts in Arlington.
Is Arlington doing enough to provide homeownership opportunities for middle income households? Join AHS and other local real estate leaders at this roundtable to learn more about what has been done to date to work toward this goal and to help set priorities for the future.
AHS Executive Director Michelle Winters speaks on Missing Middle Housing at this League of Women Voters event on September 15.
The 2017 Ellen M. Bozman Award celebrated Partners in Preservation: Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing, A-SPAN and the Westover Civic Association, recognizing their efforts toward preserving affordability in the Westover neighborhood.