The AIA Minnesota Housing Advocacy Committee is watching local, national, and international trends for creative ideas to enhance affordable housing in our state. Here are some articles we’d like to share:

Democrats Hear the ‘Yes in My Backyard’ Message (The Atlantic)

The NIMBY Principle (CityLab)

Amy Klobuchar just released a housing plan. Here’s what’s in it (Curbed)

Cities Need Affordable Housing, but Builders Want Big Profits. Can It Work? (The New York Times)

Affordable housing by Frank Lloyd Wright? HUD may make it happen (Curbed)

YIMBY in action: How pro-housing policies became a political rallying cry (Curbed)

Harvard report shows strong housing market, but low-income renters struggle (Curbed)

New affordable housing bill aims to add 1.9M units nationwide (Curbed)

Space10 and EFFEKT develop subscription housing where you share with your neighbours (Dezeen)

Lianjie Wu designs affordable homes that are deliberately left unfinished (Dezeen)

‘It’s a miracle’: Helsinki’s radical solution to homelessness (The Guardian)

TRS Studio envisions shipping containers as affordable housing in Peru (Dezeen)

Housing inequality mirrors income inequality, says study (Curbed)

Cohousing is “not as niche” as people think (Dezeen)

Can a federal tax credit help rent-burdened Americans? (Curbed)