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development

(Building), noun commercial building, construction, creation of housing project, development of industrial sites, erection, house-building program, housing, industrial area, industrial building, institution of commercial sites, residential building, urbanization

development

(Outgrowth), noun accomplishment, achievement, aftergrowth, aftermath, attainment, conclusion, consequence, consequent, derivation, effect, emanation, ending, ensual, event, eventuality, occurrence, offshoot, outcome, product, realization, result, resultant, sequel, side issue, upshot

development

(Progression), noun accretion, advance, advancement, amelioration, ampliation, amplification, anabasis, auctus, betterment, change, effectuation, elaboration, enhancement, evolution, evolvement, expansion, explicatio, furtherance, gain, germination, gradual evolution, growth, improvement, increase in size, lengthening, modernization, progress, progress to maturity, prooressive growth, progressus, promotion, refinement, reformation, regeneration, remodeling, renovation, reorganization, revision, stimulation, strengthening, supplementation, transfiguration, transformation, unfolding, unravelment, upgrowth, uptrend
Associated concepts: development costs
See also: accession, advancement, augmentation, boom, building, complication, conclusion, consequence, creation, denouement, discipline, effect, enlargement, event, growth, happening, headway, improvement, increase, manufacture, nascency, offshoot, outcome, outgrowth, preparation, progress, prosperity, reform, rehabilitation, result, transition
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Our participation in that program allows us to provide support to organizations like Northwest Regional Housing Development Corp.
Fannie Mae is pleased to be a partner with the West Virginia Housing Development Fund mortgage revenue bond program," added Jack Gallagher, Fannie Mae's vice president of public finance.
Mayor Villaraigosa was joined by executives from LA's largest public pension funds - Los Angeles City Employees Retirement System (LACERS); Los Angeles County Employee Retirement Association (LACERA); Los Angeles Department of Fire and Police Pensions (LAFPP) - to announce the commitment of a combined $65 million in Genesis Workforce Housing Fund II, a private equity real estate fund managed by Phoenix Realty Group that will create workforce housing developments targeted toward middle-income families across the greater Los Angeles area.
The luncheon panel features James Logue, director of the Michigan State Housing Development Authority, Theresa Blaquiere, director of Core City Neighborhood, and Jack Schwab, NBD's community relations manager.
The new school will be located in the 3,900-unit Northlake housing development being built along Castaic Lake's northern bluffs.
The PSHP's objectives are to produce housing units targeted for homeless families, individuals, and low- and very-low-income residents; to create healthy environments within each housing development through a variety of on-site supportive services; and to revitalize communities suffering from high concentrations of chronically homeless individuals.
CPC Resources is lending its broad expertise in affordable housing development and will oversee all aspects of the development and construction of the project until the apartments are fully leased.
The campus is part of the 540-acre College Park project, a proposed 800-home housing development.
LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles-based Gay & Lesbian Elder Housing (GLEH), the nation's first nonprofit, affordable, multicultural housing development that will include a community service center supporting the needs of GLBT elders, for both residents and non-residents, has announced the hiring of Mark Supper as its new executive director.
The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) and the New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) have selected The Arker Companies, The Domain Companies and Neighborhood Housing Services of Staten Island (NHS) to undertake a $60-million redevelopment of the Markham Gardens public housing development located in the West Brighton neighborhood on Staten Island's north shore.
The college campus along 37th Street East, south of Barrel Springs Road, is part of the 540-acre College Park project, a proposed 800-home housing development.
This project is also being made possible through the cooperation of Commissioner Shaun Donovan and his team at the city's Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and President Emily Youssouf and her staff at the New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC).

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