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Colorado’s housing affordability crisis long preceded COVID-19 but has been illuminated and exacerbated by the pandemic.
Rocky Mountain
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Report on highlighting trends and offering recommendations on how schools, communities, housing providers and nonprofits can work together to address housing challenges that impact educational outcomes for young people.
Partner Sustainability  
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Enterprise announced today the recent closing of the Enterprise Housing Partners Fund XXXIV (EHP 34), a $199,577,500 multi-investor Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit) fund. The fund comprises seven investors and will support the creation of 1,794 affordable homes across 14 properties in 10 states. EHP 34 is the first of four multi-investor funds planned by EHCI in 2021.
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Construction and Development 
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Enterprise Housing Credit Investments, Denver Health and Denver Housing Authority announced an $18 million equity investment to transform an office building into senior and transitional housing.
Rocky Mountain Green Communities Health & Housing
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Enterprise Housing Credit Investments and Sugar Creek Capital announced an $11 million investment in The Refinery Apartments, the first affordable housing property to close in South Carolina using the state’s Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program.
Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
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The 20-year community development veteran will lead a cross-functional team dedicated to building affordable, equitable communities in Southern California.
Southern California
Enterprise in the News
Funding support for the planning process is being provided by the Bainum Family Foundation. This includes engaging Enterprise Community Partners and their mission-based consultancy, Enterprise Advisors, to support W8CED's resident engagement, asset mapping, and planning.
Mid-Atlantic
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Affordable housing stock in Maryland has not kept pace with the state’s housing needs, and that state and local leaders must accelerate their efforts to provide a range of rental and for-sale housing options for Maryland’s growing number of residents. Commissioned by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (MDHCD), the report shows that, despite efforts by the state to create more affordable housing, high construction costs, barriers to development and a lack of public/private investment have led to a deficit of affordable homes in rural and urban areas alike.
Advisory Services (Consulting) Mid-Atlantic

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