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Health Anchor Institutions Investing in Community Land and Housing

Many anchor institutions are also major landowners in their communities, and many are already engaged in housing programs such as employer-assisted housing. Anchor institutions can and should employ CLTs to maximize the impact of their long-term investments in housing for their workforce, and utilize and support CLTs to help build more inclusive communities around their institutions more generally. 

Publication date: 2018-10-09
Parent publication: Build Healthy Places Network
Publication URL: https://www.buildhealthyplaces.org/whats-new/health-anchor-institutions-investing-in-community-land-and-housing/

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