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AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE • September 2010 While progress has been made, New Orleans still suffers from a lack of affordable housing BY DONNA KIMURA NEW ORLEANS—A few bare walls and broken doors separate Mike Miller from the unknown. “Hey guys, you home?” he calls out while standing outside a...

Published: Friday, September 17, 2010, 7:00 AM Bruce Eggler, The Times-Picayune A plan to convert an abandoned Esplanade Avenue nursing home into a 40-unit apartment complex for low-income and disabled homeless tenants got a green light Thursday from the New Orleans City Council, but the developers still...

Esplanade Ridge Residents Worry About Odyssey House POSTED: 4:34 pm CDT September 16, 2010 NEW ORLEANS -- The City Council approved a plan Thursday for an apartment complex for the homeless to move forward, but neighbors in the Esplanade Ridge community said the fight is far from...

by Katie Moore / Eyewitness News wwltv.com Posted on September 15, 2010 at 6:13 PM NEW ORLEANS -- A program in New Orleans funded by a federal stimulus grant that's supposed to get the homeless off the streets has left at least 65 landlords without rent payments for...

September 1, 2010 New Orleans is rebounding well from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and could conceivably end up on a stronger economic footing than before the storm — if the city redevelops in the right way. For that to happen, federal, state...