Rose Fellowship Director Gideon Berger Interviewed on Nationally Syndicated Bill Press Radio Show

Rose Fellowship Director Gideon Berger was interviewed about the changing urban landscape of Washington, D.C. on the nationally syndicated Bill Press Show. Skip ahead to the second hour to see [...]

A Dozen Experts Studied Columbus’ Income Disparities and Affordable Housing Issues. Here’s What They Suggest.

Zoning that keeps up with the times. A more reactive incentives policy. Less dependence on variances. An immediate change in eviction policies. A dozen national experts studied Columbus [...]

Group Looking to Preserve Affordable Housing Near Nationwide Children’s Hospital

As a neighborhood near Nationwide Children’s Hospital redevelops, a group is working with Columbus leaders on ways to preserve mixed-income housing in the South Side area. The areas include [...]

Is Oracle Road the Next Big Thing?

How to redevelop Oracle Road north of Speedway to Miracle Mile may be used as a road map to develop other areas of town. The Urban Land Institute, The Rose Center for Public Leadership, and [...]

In Shockoe Bottom, Richmond Must Tell the Truth about the Past to Thrive in the Future

In Shockoe Bottom, we’ve been trying to build a slave trade heritage site without a proper foundation. We have attempted to bypass the ugly truth of what transpired in Shockoe Bottom — and how [...]

Shockoe Bottom’s Slavery History is Big Focus for Revitalization Experts

A panel of experts from across the nation presented their recommendations for how Mayor Levar Stoney can revitalize the Shockoe Bottom area. Stoney was one of four mayors across the country [...]