How the Dutch Lead the Way in Senior Housing Innovation

In my short career in social housing, I have noticed that many programs revolve around helping work able households improve self-sufficiency. There is a national program (FSS) just to do that in coordination with housing programs. However; housing providers often serve a large number of senior and disabled households. While there are a number of great examples... Continue Reading →

Social Housing in Hamburg Part II:

Anyone who visited Hamburg knows it is a world class city.  The city is bustling and the food, entertainment and nightlife are top notch.  Like any great city, it is made by the people that live there.  A city cannot reach its full potential without a diverse population.  Different ages, income levels, races, ethnicities all... Continue Reading →

Social Housing In Hamburg Part I

Hamburg growth in the 1980's was not as strong as other areas of Germany because of structural changes. Since the 90s, the picture has changed. With the unification of Germany, Hamburg made economic strides, especially in international trading and business. Hamburg is also seen as an attractive city independently of its development of knowledge and service centers.... Continue Reading →

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