The Bob and Marcia Almquist is a “Housing First” development that will provide 105 units of permanent, supportive housing in a six-story building for chronically homeless, single adults. This project, like most of Plymouth Housing’s portfolio, will include 24 hour on-site staffing and on-site case management for residents.
While the nation focuses on the risk that the deadly coronavirus poses to seniors in nursing homes and cruise ships, there’s another population of extremely vulnerable people that have been largely ignored. Our nation’s subsidized housing is home to almost 2.5 million people age 62 and older with low incomes.
The city of Detroit has announced a federally-funded Preservation Partnership with Enterprise and other local affordable housing non-profits. The partnership will seek to identify apartment buildings that have low rents and help them be redeveloped in a way that preserves the affordability and prevents displacement. Evelyn Zwiebach, Enterprise Detroit Director for State and Local Policy, urges all Presidential candidates to commit to robust federal funding for critical affordable housing programs.
Today the Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) at Harvard University released the State of the Nation’s Housing 2019, its annual assessment of the housing market, demographic trends and the housing challenges faced by U.S. households.
How can early learning centers and housing be combined into a single project? Financing can be complicated and daunting, but Enterprise experts offer guidance to both the affordable housing and early learning sectors as they expand their ability to develop these multi-use buildings to benefit their communities.
Each April, volunteers and service members around the county are honored and recognized as part of National Volunteer Month. As April comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the many accomplishments and honors received by CPDC volunteers over the past month.
TD Bank, through the TD Charitable Foundation, recently awarded CPDC $125,000 through the “Housing for Everyone” grant competition. The award will fund high-quality resident services at the Randle Hill community in Southeast.
Enterprise's commitment to the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit -- including creating and preserving 154,000 affordable homes over the last 30 years -- has led us to create a distinct entity focused on the Housing Credit that will enhance our ability to meet the needs of our investor and developer partners.
Today the Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) at Harvard University released the State of the Nation’s Housing 2018, its annual assessment of the housing market, demographic trends and the housing challenges faced by U.S. households.
A new Enterprise white paper highlights proven strategies for boosting the supply of affordable housing and reducing costs. It draws on the successes of some of the country’s most expensive areas to offer guidance to communities working to address the scarcity of affordable homes and the rising cost of development.
Introducing a new resource for tax-exempt hospitals looking for guidance on housing-related activities that they can report as community benefit to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS): Housing and Community Benefit: What Counts?