WHAT'S NEW
Critical Infrastructure

In a Next City op-ed, Enterprise’s Krista Egger and partners show how the Biden Administration’s climate and jobs strategies center affordable housing as critical infrastructure.

Funding for Nonprofits

Twenty-four Detroit nonprofits that are serving or are led by people of color will receive grants from a pool of $11 million, distributed by Enterprise. 

$85M Toward Racial Equity

$60 million from Bank of America, $20 million from Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Philanthropies and $5 million from the Community Investment Guarantee Pool (CIGP), bolster our Equitable Path Forward initiative.

TO DATE, ENTERPRISE HAS:
INVESTED
$61 billion
HELPED CREATE
793,000 homes
TOUCHED
millions of lives
TO THE POINT
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It’s fitting that this is the first program we launched since I became Enterprise’s Southern California market leader, because this one – like so much of what we do – hits very close to home.

– Jimar Wilson
VP and Southern California Market Leader, Enterprise,
on the launch of the Local Rental Owners Collaborative in South Los Angeles
Read Preserving Neighborhoods Close to Home

 

News Release
Mar09

Enterprise and Sugar Creek Capital Announce $11 Million Deal

Enterprise Housing Credit Investments and Sugar Creek Capital announced an $11 million investment in The Refinery Apartments, the first affordable housing property to close in South Carolina using the state’s Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program.
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