RAD in the News

RAD is a central part of the Department's rental housing preservation strategy, which works to preserve the nation's stock of deeply affordable rental housing, promote efficiency within and among HUD programs, and build strong, stable communities. This web page highlights RAD program news featured in publications produced by HUD and other external organizations.


The Atlanta Housing Authority logo and agency headquarters on May 18, 2018

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Aug. 3, 2022

"Atlanta receives $33M in HUD funding to preserve 284 affordable homes." This is a story of the Village at Castleberry Hill's recapitalization through RAD, setting the project up for financial and physical stability over the long-term. Read more...

The County High Rise Apartment Tower in Salt Lake City

The Salt Lake Tribune, July 6, 2022

"SLC project will upgrade nearly 300 apartments dedicated to seniors and the disabled." This is a story of the $76 million overhaul of County High Rise and New City Plaza apartments as the region's housing shortage is hitting older residents hard. Read more...

Elliot Twins in Minneapolis

The Star Tribune, June 14, 2022

"The $27M Upgrade for Aging Elliot Twins Public Housing Towers is Complete." This is a story of a historic public housing renovation that brought modern fire safety systems and upgraded living spaces in the downtown high-rise apartment buildings. Read more...


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