Congratulations to Matt Locati of Terrex Development Corporation on the grand re-opening of Heritage Apartments in Duluth, Minnesota! The project will preserve 61 homes for seniors with Section 8 rental assistance making these homes affordable to all the residents.
Congratulations to Farmworker Housing Development Corporation on the closing of Colonia Unidad & Esperanza Court in Woodburn, Oregon! The two-site mixed construction project will preserve 12 homes at Esperanza Court and create 44 homes at Colonia Unidad.
The 9th Annual Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute landed in Seattle from July 16-18, 2018, bringing seven of the country’s top affordable housing developers together with nine of the nation’s leading designers.
The Severn Companies and Enterprise have partnered to acquire Ivy Crossing just outside of Baltimore, preserving much-needed affordable workforce housing and enabling the 1947 community to receive substantial renovations.
The John Stewart Company is celebrating the grand re-opening of Village East Apartments in Stockton, California! The moderate rehabilitation will preserve 187 affordable homes for low-income families, all of which are subsidized.
The Baltimore region was awarded a $3.5 million Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI) planning grant in 2011. Enterprise and the National Center for Smart Growth at the University of Maryland were members of the Baltimore region’s grant planning body, the Opportunity Collaborative.
Today, the Strategic Growth Council approved a total of $257 million in round 3 awards to 19 Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities (AHSC) Program developments throughout the state of California.
The purpose of the advocacy day was to continue building support for AHSC and to cultivate champions in preparation for the strong likelihood of cap-and-trade funding being revisited under new leadership next year.
Everett, Washington, has taken a leap forward in innovative development this spring with the groundbreaking of HopeWorks Station II, a $30-million, transit-oriented building designed to utilize net-positive energy.
In partnership with Futurewise – and with support from the King County Assessor and funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation – Enterprise is creating a mapping tool to help stakeholders search for public and tax-exempt sites.
In 2017 Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria wrought destruction across communities from the Gulf Coast to Puerto Rico, disrupting lives and destroying homes. As part of our recovery and rebuilding work, Enterprise created the Enterprise Hurricane Community Recovery Fund to support short-term relief and longer-term efforts in the most heavily damaged areas.
Guest blog: Eleanore Eveleth discusses the Northwest Neighborhood Revitalization Strategic Framework, the culmination of nearly a year of community engagement and planning and a new beginning for the Detroit neighborhood.