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Enterprise Community Partners Invests $68 Million to Build Apartments for low-income families and people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles
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Mechanical ventilation in homes could save thousands of lives and prevent major health consequences, according to a study by Enterprise and the National Center for Healthy Housing.  
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New York State Fair Housing Network and Enterprise Community Partners have released the following statement in response to the exclusion of flexible fair housing funds that had been included in the New York State Senate One-House Budget, from New York’s final FY 2023 State Budget.
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Our Social Return on Impact report highlights our equity and fixed-income products which created or preserved more than 6,400 homes last year.
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This grant opportunity is to scale proven housing-based services and supports that enable low-income older adults living in Michigan and Maryland to age in place.
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The Thome Aging Well program will award up to $4 million in its first year to scale proven housing-based services and support programs in Maryland and Michigan.
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Elise Balboni is named president of Enterprise Community Loan Fund, one of the largest nonprofit community development financial institutions in the country.
Community Development Financial Institution Products for Investors Financing for Developers New Markets Tax CreditEquitable Path Forward
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Rep. Rashida Tlaib presented Enterprise with a $2 million federal funding award for the Detroit Energy Efficiency and Home Improvement Program for low-income homeowners.
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Enterprise and the City of Detroit launch new, no-cost services to help reduce barriers and increase the preservation of affordable homes.
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Financed by Enterprise's Preservation Equity funds, the preservation of Huntington Towers in New London, Conn., helped keep rents affordable while implementing thoughtful upgrades for 120 senior households.
Financing for Developers Preservation EquityPreservation & Production Resident Success