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Sep26

Heritage Affordable Senior Apartments

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.
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Aug29

Celebrating the Equity Closing of Colonia Unidad Esperanza

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.
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Aug28

A Guide to the Future Energy Jobs Act: Find the Right Program for You

The Future Energy Jobs Act (FEJA) is strengthening the Illinois economy by taking important steps toward the state’s clean energy future. We’re particularly excited about FEJA’s expansion of existing utility energy efficiency programs, its emphasis on community solar and the job training provisions that ensure underserved communities will benefit.
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Jul25

National Center for Smart Growth Evaluates Baltimore’s Progress toward Building an Equitable Region

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.
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Jun25

Second Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Advocacy Day Another Success! 

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.
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Jun12

Profiles in Recovery and Rebuilding: Centro Campesino Farmworker Center, Inc.

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.