As our report shows, we invested $4.8 billion in 2015 to create more than 18,200 healthy affordable homes, over 25,000 jobs and other vital community assets that connect people to opportunity.
Our report also shows how we’re making progress across three major catalysts for significant change: impact capital, innovative on-the-ground solutions and transformative public policy.
We go beyond the numbers. We show how in Cleveland, a neighborhood blight was transformed into a multigenerational campus. In Midvale, Utah, new affordable homes feature the state’s first geothermal heating and cooling for an apartment community. In Seattle, a new development marks the first completed building in the transformation of the city’s first public housing site into a model mixed-income community. And in Washington, D.C., a promise to residents was fulfilled when new affordable homes replaced an apartment building destroyed in the capital’s most devastating fire in 30 years.
The commitment and generosity of donors help put Enterprise’s goal to end housing insecurity within reach.