Infrastructure and Land Use
Changing demographics, employment patterns and and lifestyle preferences are creating demand for new types of housing and neighborhoods. However, outdated land-use policies and zoning laws often prevent communities from embracing smarter growth plans that meet today's housing preferences and provide many economic benefits to their communities. View our issue fact sheets on Land Use and Infrastructure.
On March 23, NMHC joined 24 organizations asking the Administration to exempt affordable housing production from the Build America, Buy America Act (BABA) due development cost concerns.
The passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) and the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) allocates a significant amount of funding to support climate-focused and clean energy initiatives.
Learn more about specific provisions that could impact the multifamily industry—and the opportunities they present.
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) and Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) provide a significant amount of tax incentives and funding to support climate-focused and clean energy initiatives. NMHC government affairs staff and leading experts from Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP provide rundown on what's included in these bills, next steps for implementation and what our industry should look out for.
More information on infrastructure, in addition to the NMHC/NAA viewpoint.Read More
- Parking Puzzle Pt. 2: From Burden to Benefit
- House Financial Services Committee’s Historic Housing Package Signals Policy Priorities
- Parking Puzzle Pt. 1: The True Cost of Parking Requirements
- Build America, Buy America Updates
- Everything You Need to Know: Multifamily Opportunities Included in the Infrastructure Investment and Job Act & Inflation Reduction Act