Enterprise Homes, in partnership with Pax-Edwards, has broken ground on 72 mixed-income apartments in a rapidly growing area of suburban Baltimore with good connections to jobs, transportation and retail.
Enterprise's commitment to the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit -- including creating and preserving 154,000 affordable homes over the last 30 years -- has led us to create a distinct entity focused on the Housing Credit that will enhance our ability to meet the needs of our investor and developer partners.
Richmond TV station WTVR reports on groundbreaking for the Jackson Ward development in the city's most historic African American neighborhood. Enterprise affiliate CPDC is leading the project, which will provide 154 apartment homes, including 72 for low-income seniors.
Enterprise's Andrew Jakabovics is a key voice in Bisnow's story about why it has become so difficult to build affordable workforce homes at a time when demand for them -- and the number of cost-burdened renters -- has grown rapidly.
Impact Alpha's article on real estate investing in Opportunity Zones quotes Enterprise Director of Impact Investing Rachel Reilly and highlights Opportunity360, our comprehensive approach to identifying pathways to greater opportunities.
Enterprise VP David Bowers is at the center of the Washington Post's article on faith-based development, which describes how our Mid-Atlantic team has been a national leader in helping houses of worship turn underused church property into affordable housing and other community facilities.
Today the Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) at Harvard University released the State of the Nation’s Housing 2018, its annual assessment of the housing market, demographic trends and the housing challenges faced by U.S. households.
A new Enterprise white paper highlights proven strategies for boosting the supply of affordable housing and reducing costs. It draws on the successes of some of the country’s most expensive areas to offer guidance to communities working to address the scarcity of affordable homes and the rising cost of development.