Development, Property Management & Resident Services Mid-Atlantic Preservation & Production Green Communities
Enterprise has successfully closed on the acquisition and financing of Edgewood 611 Apartments and three adjacent buildings on the Edgewood Commons campus in Northeast Washington, D.C.
Southeast Preservation & Production Faith-Based Development
Enterprise is bringing the Faith-Based Development Initiative (FBDI) Technical Assistance cohort program to Atlanta and South Florida. The FBDI TA cohorts are a series of no-cost training and peer learning sessions designed to help houses of worship (HOWs) understand and navigate the development process.
Gulf Coast Tribal Nations & Rural Communities Section 4 Preservation & Production
In Tangipahoa, St. Helena, and Livingston parishes, a local nonprofit is pursuing all housing opportunities to ensure everyone has a quality, affordable place to call home.
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New York Building Resilient Futures
Three grants to create low-income housing were awarded Tuesday by Enterprise Community Partners with $400,000 from the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York.
Tribal Nations & Rural Communities Section 4
Enterprise has awarded $1.5 million in grants to 32 groups in rural and tribal communities from Dover, Delaware to Anahola, Hawaii.
Preservation Equity Southeast Upward Mobility
Enterprise is accepting applications for the Southeast Preservation Next Academy Cohort, a virtual training series open to anyone interested in information, guidance, and resources to preserve the unsubsidized housing stock in SMMF properties across Metro Atlanta and South Florida.
Northern California Rocky Mountain Southeast Southern California
Enterprise is accepting requests for qualifications to support training and advisory services for our Preservation Next program in California, Colorado, and the Southeast.
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. (Enterprise) is launching a comprehensive 12-month course to provide an overview of housing development and finance topics to 15 CLT volunteers, board members, and staff across New York State with the goal of equipping them to meaningfully participate in housing development and operations. When equipped with the tools to understand development processes, analysis of joint venture opportunities, and housing operations, CLTs will be better positioned to steward permanently affordable, resident-controlled housing.