Enterprise Community Partners Inc. announced the new class of Enterprise Rose Fellows. The Fellows are working in cities all over the country with local community development organizations to facilitate an inclusive approach to development.
The 12-story building will be located at 1080 Washington Avenue in the Morrisania neighborhood of the Bronx on church land that has been owned by UMCS since 1890.
There is a long history of collaboration between the New York City Housing Authority and community-based organizations (CBOs) to expand and improve the services available to public housing residents.
People have a natural desire to build community. Whether it’s by sharing the proverbial cup of sugar or through more organized block associations, our neighborhoods provide opportunities to develop connections with one another and get engaged in the decisions that impact everyone’s quality of life.
Enterprise launches Blue Sky Portfolio, bringing the private equity model to nonprofit fundraising for early-stage housing programs and policy efforts with the largest potential impact.
The best examples of urban design worldwide today prove that community connectivity—the ease with which residents in a community interact with one another and the quality of the spaces available for those interactions—has a major impact on the way people live.
Enterprise applauds New York State’s commitment to protect tenants from housing discrimination based on lawful source of income (SOI).
Enterprise, HPD, Rockabill Development, and Selfhelp Community Services Announce $15 Million Deal to Acquire Unregulated Buildings to Preserve as Affordable Housing in Glendale, Queens, New York
Acquisition will preserve affordability of 72 homes through the Neighborhood Pillars Program.
The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) is at a crossroads. Ensuring that the over 390,000 low-income New Yorkers who rely on NYCHA have safe homes and access to vital services is of the utmost priority.
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Lorraine Collins, director of public policy for Enterprise's New York office, talks with public radio in Central New York about the state's new provisions to ban housing discrimination based on source of income.
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New York State will amend its human rights law to include source of income as a protected class, meaning renters using Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers, veterans’ benefits, disability benefits, and other forms of non-wage income to pay rent will be able to live in the homes and neighborhoods they choose.
A new national survey on the connection between homes and health finds that more than half of the 1,000 renters surveyed have delayed care because they couldn’t afford it and 100 percent of medical professionals surveyed have had at least some of their patients express concerns about affordable housing.
Executive Director at Morgan Stanley and nonprofit board veteran brings decades of community development experience to Enterprise.
Through this RFA, Enterprise is funding the community revitalization and preservation efforts of municipalities and counties in New York State.
On January 14, Enterprise hosted an Affordable Housing Forum at the Albany Capital Center in Albany, New York.
It is obvious that bold action is required to solve the Bay Area’s worsening housing and displacement crisis, yet it has not always been so clear what systems are needed.
Last month, the Enterprise Gotham Society teamed up with VISIONS to play BINGO and make arts and crafts with blind seniors living in affordable housing at Selis Manor.
The event brought together nearly 400 stakeholders from affordable housing, fair housing, disability rights, community development, education, faith-based, and for-and nonprofit organizations.