Community Development Financial Institution
As a U.S. Treasury Department-certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), the Enterprise Community Loan Fund:
- Is one of the largest nonprofit loan funds in the country
- Has invested more than $1.5 billion in low-income communities
- Has helped build or renovate nearly 100,000 affordable homes nationwide
- Is a member of the Opportunity Finance Network and an AERIS rated CDFI
The Loan Fund also leverages financial, technical and policy resources from across all of Enterprise’s leading entities. That means we bring specialized expertise and innovative financing structures to support our borrowers’ community development goals.
Enterprise Community Loan fund is an equal opportunity provider.
Your investment in the Enterprise Community Loan Fund helps us work around the country in partnership with local nonprofits and mission-aligned developers to provide affordable housing, health care facilities and schools in the communities that need them the most. Here are just a few examples:
Removing Hurdles to Support Homeless Vets in Indian Country
The Crow Tribe opened Apsaalooke Warrior Apartments, housing for homeless veterans in Montana.
A Model for Safe, Supportive Housing for the Formerly Homeless in Oakland
Rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of two historic hotels in downtown Oakland provides 101 affordable homes and supportive services for the formerly homeless.
High Quality Homes within Reach in New Orleans
Rebuilt apartments in New Orleans’ Lower Garden District provide residents with an opportunity to live in a walkable neighborhood affordably.
An Iconic Hospital Transformed into Affordable Homes for Seniors in Cleveland
Community effort to restore vacant anchor institution in Buckeye neighborhood pays off, providing new nonprofit space and affordable homes for seniors.
Modernized apartments provide affordable living for low-income residents in the heart of New Orleans
New Orleans' Gentilly neighborhood gets new affordable homes following significant loss of housing due to Hurricane Katrina.
Strategic investments catalyze neighborhood transformation in Cleveland
Over the past decades, Detroit Shoreway has been revitalized through the efforts of local stakeholders to create affordable housing and form the Gordon Square Arts District.
New Affordable Homes Provide a Fresh Start
Robin Lane Apartments in Northern California provides affordable homes and supportive services to residents, including Ms. Johnnie George.
New Permanently Affordable Supportive Homes on Tribal Land
The Makah Tribe opens Sail River Longhouse Apartments, providing 21 permanently affordable homes with supportive services for the formerly homeless.
Innovative Partnership Creates 500 Affordable Homes with Supportive Services
King County Hospital Center and CAMBA Housing Ventures partner to develop affordable homes in Brooklyn, NY.
New Solar Financing Model Promotes Sustainability and Affordability
HUD Secretary Julián Castro marks launch of NHT Renewables at the St. Dennis Apartments, promoting energy efficiency and lowered utility expenses.
Affordable Health Care is Now Closer to Home
A new Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) outside of Chicago will provide bilingual care to more than 45,000 patients each year.
New Family Health Center Provides Jobs, Critical Medical and Support Services
Diamond Neighborhoods Family Health Center will provide affordable primary, women’s health, and dental care to 13,000 patients each year, regardless of their insurance coverage or ability to pay for services.
Strengthening our Schools with Affordable Homes for Teachers
Oxford Mills will create an affordable living and commercial space, and transform the underutilized buildings into a vibrant, supportive environment where educators and nonprofits can collaborate and thrive.
Quality Manufacturing Jobs
This renovated manufacturing facility will provide 14 small businesses with access to much need work space near public transportation in Brooklyn, NY.
Meeting the Increased Demand for Affordable Healthcare
Now that their expansion is complete, Asian Health Services can see over 9,800 patients a year. They provide high-quality healthcare to low and moderate-income individuals in the Bay Area.
A Neighborhood Transforms and Offers Residents Opportunity
South Bronx, N.Y.
Amidst the vacant lots and truck depots along Washington Avenue, Enterprise and Bronx Pro Real Estate Management envisioned a thriving community. A modest rezoning proposal opened up this formerly underutilized industrial corridor in the Bronx’s Morrisania neighborhood for residential and mixed-use development.
In partnership with Bank of America and the National Housing Trust Enterprise is retrofitting 340 homes in Washington, D.C.
Taking a Chance: Revitalizing Remington
For nearly a decade, Enterprise Community Partners and Seawall Development have been working together to revitalize the Remington neighborhood in Baltimore.
HIV/AIDS Supportive Housing
The apartments at Lakeview Avenue provide a home along with health and career support to formerly homeless individuals struggling with HIV or AIDS.
Denver residents enjoy the health and financial benefits of car-free living thanks to the Transit-Oriented Development Fund, an innovative funding model originated in Denver.
A Home for the Homeless
Our nation’s capital has seen a growing number of people become homeless since 2008. This has made the apartments on Texas Avenue all the more important to formerly homeless residents who now call the building home.
Green Housing in the Suburbs
Fort Collins, Colo.
Provincetowne Apartments was the helping hand many families needed after the 2008 financial downturn, providing a safe, healthy and affordable apartment in a strong school district.
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