Listen as Laurel Blatchford talks with International WELL Building Institute President Rachel Gutter about a groundbreaking new collaboration for well-designed affordable homes connected to opportunity.
In an exciting new collaboration, Enterprise and Wells Fargo have teamed up to create the Housing Affordability Breakthrough Challenge – a bold initiative designed to spark innovations that transform creative housing affordability ideas into real solutions.
Ten years ago, in Minneapolis, twenty-five people gathered for the first Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute, with the radically simple idea that through collaboration and the development of a new type of leader, a developer “design-leader,” we might make well-designed affordable housing the norm.
Denver Health is partnering with the Denver Housing Authority to repurpose a former administrative building on the hospital campus at 655 Broadway into affordable senior housing, including 14 apartments designated to help homeless patients transition out of the hospital.
The House of Representatives passed the "Reforming Disaster Recovery Act of 2019", H.R. 3702, with strong bi-partisan support. The bill, introduced by Representatives Al Green (D-TX-9) and Ann Wagner (R-MO-2), would strengthen and permanently authorize HUD’s Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Program.
Enterprise VP and Pacific Northwest Market Leader M.A. Leonard recently moderated a Housing Washington panel on Emerging Philanthropic Trends in Affordable Housing and spoke at Chicago Title’s Fall Symposium Access on the Home & Hope Initiative.
Enterprise's Pacific Northwest market, Craft3 and Washington Community Reinvestment Association (WCRA) are launching an Early Learning Facilities Fund to support facility predevelopment, to create and develop early learning centers and to update facilities and equipment.
Seattle became the first city under a 2018 state law to transfer surplussed publicly owned lands for the development of affordable homes and allotted $5 million to support community-originated projects through its Equitable Development Initiative.
Ten years ago, a public-private partnership made up of Enterprise, the Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department and a multi-bank coalition responded to the need for flexible capital in a tightening market.