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Investment to Preserve More than 160 Affordable Homes in Washington

Enterprise has invested more than $4 million in private equity along with $3.9 million in debt financing from the Enterprise Community Loan Fund while partnering with Shelter Resources, Inc. (SRI), to preserve 164 affordable homes in Lacey, Washington.
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Affordable Housing Wins Big in Washington State’s 2018 Legislative Session

Less than three months into 2018, the Washington Legislature has already had an incredibly productive year. Like most states, Washington is experiencing an affordable housing crisis, but this year affordable housing advocates achieved some significant victories that would spur the production of new units, provide more tenant protections, and improve services for the homeless.
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Celebrating the Financial Closing of 22 North in Bellingham, Washington

A new development, 22 North in Bellingham, Washington, by Opportunity Council will add 40 homes for the homeless, transition aged youth (18-24 years old) and individuals with mental illness. Enterprise will provide $7 million of equity.
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High Cost Cities Housing Forum

Now more than ever, American cities must be self-reliant to create homes and opportunity. But, they need not go it alone. In October 2016, the local housing commissioners from nine of the most expensive cities in the United States came together in Seattle for Enterprise’s High-Cost Cities Housing Forum (HCHF).