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Baker Senior Apartments has 50 new, modern apartment homes for senior citizens. The apartments were part of a three-phase redevelopment project that re-housed 200 elderly residents from the Fay Towers, which were built in 1976.
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Fifth Third Bank and Enterprise Community Partners have established a neighborhood program to support and revitalize the Historic West End community.
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The event celebrated the completion of 50 new, modern apartment homes for seniors as well as the end of a three-phase redevelopment project to rehouse 200 elderly residents of the aging Fay Towers, built in 1976.
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Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot announced microgrants grants for 11 projects across the city that promote affordability and walkable, people-friendly streets near transit as part of the city’s Equitable Transit-Oriented Development Pilot Program.
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A group of affordable housing organizations has called on the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) to compel government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to improve their “Duty to Serve” (DTS) proposals before approving them.
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Enterprise Community Development was one of a select number of developers to be awarded grants from HUD to support its development of new affordable multi-family rental housing in the country.
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Atlanta’s historic Grove Park, well-known for its many neighborhood clubs, was once a prosperous community for Black families and businesses in the West Side. However, decades of discriminatory divestment eventually led to the neighborhood’s economic collapse, resulting in population decreases and school closures. Today, Grove Park has no supermarket and no pharmacy.
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A developer has broken ground on a two-building, 65-unit senior housing complex in Vineland, helping to repurpose the former site of a hospital that closed in 2004.
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20 groups have come together calling on the GSEs to improve their proposals that they say fail to meet the needs of the target demographics.
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City and state officials attended a recent groundbreaking ceremony for the Newcomb Senior Housing Development.
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