Since it began in 2009, Atlanta Land Trust Collaborative (ALTC) has been working to create and maintain sustainable affordable communities across the city of Atlanta. As new communities continue to grow and develop along the Atlanta Beltline, ALTC has been … Continue reading
The City of Durham, N.C. Urban Innovation Center invited ALTC Executive Director Tony Pickett to serve as a panelist for the April 17th Affordable Housing + Transit Symposium. The ongoing efforts of ALTC to develop and implement strategies resulting in equitable … Continue reading
ALTC Executive Director Tony Pickett was the featured speaker at the February 2013 meeting of the International Right of Way Association (IRWA). Georgia Chapter 22 of the IRWA was the first chapter to be chartered in the southeastern United States in 1957.
National housing publication Shelterforce Magazine provides a progress update article on efforts of the ALTC to incorporate shared equity permanently affordable housing at scale in neighborhoods along the Atlanta Beltline. See http://www.shelterforce.org/article/3073/update_atlanta_beltline/ for the entire article.
The Cornerstone Partnership interviewed Tony Pickett, the Executive Director at the Atlanta Land Trust Collaborative, for the January 2013 edition of its Member Profiles series available online at http://affordableownership.org/profiles/january-highlight-atlanta-land-trust-collaborative/
An innovation in the community land trust (CLT) concept has been introduced in Atlanta, Georgia that is reshaping assistance for low-income homeownership across the United States. Read this entire article in the HUD online magazine “The Edge” at http://www.huduser.org/portal/pdredge/pdr_edge_inpractice_112312.html
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy blog cites CLT experts from Denver, Minneapolis-St. Paul and Atlanta on the potential of transit oriented development with an affordable housing component. Follow the link below to read the complete blog post: http://atlincolnhouse.typepad.com/weblog/2012/09/armando-carbonelland-peter-pollock-have-just-returned-from-thenational-community-land-trust-network-conference-in-burlington.html
Community Land Trusts: An Alternative Approach to Affordable Homeownership and Neighborhood Revitalization
The latest issue of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond publication; Marketwise Community, discusses Community Land Trusts as an innovative approach to affordable homeownership. The ALTC and Atlanta BeltLine are featured as an example of CLT housing policy at scale … Continue reading
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR 2012 As home foreclosures put a drag on the US economy, 250 community land trusts across the US use one-time taxpayer subsidies to help low-income homebuyers and stabilize communities. By Nancy Humphrey Case, Contributor – Christian Science … Continue reading
On October 6, 2011, one of the founding members of Take Back Vacant Land, the Women’s Community Revitalization Project, sponsored a symposium at Philadelphia’s City Hall. This event was co-sponsored by the National Housing Institute and funded by the Oak … Continue reading