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NCHFA Housing Credit Funded Projects Awarded

2018-05-19T20:11:01+05:00September 19th, 2013|

TightLines Designs is pleased to be providing design services for multiple projects that were awarded housing credit funds by the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency (NCHFA) for the 2013 cycle.  NCHFA finances the statewide construction of affordable rental apartments using federal and state housing credits, low-interest loans, and tax-exempt [...]

Smart Growth America: Building Better Budgets Quantifies Average Savings and Revenue of Smart Growth Development

2018-05-19T20:11:01+05:00July 8th, 2013|

Local governments across the country have compared development strategies to understand their impact on municipal finances. These studies generally compare two or more different development scenarios, and help local leaders make informed decisions about new development based on the costs or revenues associated with them. Many municipalities have found [...]

Modern Nash Design Planned for Urban Neighborhood in Canada

2018-05-19T20:11:02+05:00June 17th, 2013|

TightLines Designs recently collaborated with client Steve Orlesky on an exciting project in the City of Thunder Bay-- an area of northern Ontario, Canada.  Our team worked closely with Steve to develop a modern variation of the standard Nash-- a two-story Craftsman style home in our single family portfolio. [...]

Open House on June 7th! TightLines New Office in Downtown Raleigh

2018-05-19T20:11:02+05:00May 30th, 2013|

Save the Date: First Friday Open House  Gallery Walk Downtown Raleigh June 7, 2013 (5-7 pm) TightLines Designs Office  115.5 E Hargett St, Suite 300  Raleigh, NC 27601 With over 80 participating venues, First Friday features a self-guided tour of galleries, studios and museums as well as alternative exhibition [...]

Senate Finance Committee Releases Paper: LIHTC Reform Options

2018-05-19T20:11:02+05:00May 24th, 2013|

The Senate Committee on Finance released "Economic and Community Development: Senate Finance Committee Staff Tax Reform Options for Discussion" after a closed-door Committee meeting on May 15. The document, which summarizes tax reform options related to the economic and community development portions of the tax code, is the sixth [...]

NC House Bill Would End LEED Certifications for State Government Buildings

2018-05-19T20:11:03+05:00May 9th, 2013|

By John Murawski — jmurawski@newsobserver.com RALEIGH — A proposal to promote the use of North Carolina-grown timber in state government buildings could prevent state offices from receiving the prestigious LEED green building certification. The legislation, which has the backing of the Weyerhaeuser Corp. and the N.C. Forestry Association, easily [...]

It Took A Village: A Habitat Affiliate’s Determination to Build Better

2018-05-19T20:11:03+05:00April 22nd, 2013|

After an exhaustive search to find a deserving family for an upcoming house build, the Family Selection Committee of the Habitat for Humanity affiliate in Cottage Grove, Oregon found themselves faced with an unprecedented challenge.  The selected family desperately needed a house that could accommodate children and a single mother affected [...]

TightLines Designs is moving… next door!

2018-05-19T20:11:03+05:00March 21st, 2013|

On April 12th, our team will make the long journey down and back up a few flights of stairs to our new home located at 115.5 E Hargett Street, Suite 300 in Raleigh, North Carolina. We are super excited about the new space, which is located on the 3rd [...]

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