Members Making News

Miami-Dade says it kept over 6,000 families in their homes with rental assistance

10.6.21

From the Miami Herald:

Miami-Dade County officials gathered Friday to hail their success in spending $60.8 million in federal emergency rental assistance, which they said has translated to helping more than 6,000 area families stay in their homes.

The assistance helped provide a bridge as uncertainty continued to reign about the threat of evictions.

What’s Next for Dillehay Court (INLIVIAN)

10.5.21

From INLIVIAN (the Charlotte Housing Authority):

In the fastest gentrifying zip code in Charlotte, INLIVIAN is creating inclusive and sustainable housing where people with diverse incomes live, work, and play together. INLIVIAN's CEO Fulton Meachem sits down and discusses the redevelopment of Dillehay Courts. One of INLIVIAN's oldest properties is going to be transformed into modern build that will create a new beginning for residents. It is about keeping the residents taken care of every step of the way. .

 

HPD and NYCHA Announce Deal to Construct 101 Units of Affordable Housing in the Bronx

10.5.21

From CityLand:

On September 28, 2021, the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) and the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) announced the finalization of a deal to bring 101 new affordable apartments to the Mott Haven neighborhood in the Bronx. The Betances Family Apartments project, located at the corner of East 146th Street and Willis Avenue on NYCHA’s Betances VI campus, will be 100 percent affordable. The new mixed-use building will replace a vacant retail building.

Weingart Center Breaks Ground for 278 Affordable Apartments for Homeless Individuals in the Skid Row District of Los Angeles

10.5.21

From the Weingart Center's press release:

Construction of a 278-unit, 19-story permanent supportive housing high-rise was celebrated at a ceremony today at 555 S. Crocker Street in the Skid Row district of downtown Los Angeles.

Grand Opening Celebrates 73 Affordable Rental Apartments for Seniors who Experienced Homelessness with Chronic Health Issues

10.5.21

From the San Diego Housing Commission's press release:

After intermittent homelessness in the past, including two years at a women’s shelter program in San Diego, Melanie moved into a permanent affordable home of her own this month at Trinity Place, developed in collaboration with the San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) to provide furnished affordable studios with supportive services for seniors who experienced homelessness with chronic health issues.

San Diego's COVID-19 Housing Stability Assistance Program provides $103M in rent, utility relief (San Diego Housing Commission)

10.5.21

From CBS 8 San Diego:

Mayor Todd Gloria highlighted Monday what he is touting as the success of the city's COVID-19 Housing Stability Assistance Program and announced a proposal to establish a $5 million legal defense fund to support struggling tenants.

HUD Secretary Fudge meets with Atlanta Mayor, Atlanta Housing President & CEO Eugene Jones to Promote Affordable Housing

10.5.21

From the Atlanta Voice:

Monday morning, U.S. Department Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia L. Fudge visited Atlanta as she toured Herndon Square as the City of Atlanta continues to promote their affordable housing initiatives. Herndon Square boasts 586 money rental unites, of which 52% are affordable, 97 senior rental units, and 32 town homes for sale, of which 21% are affordable.

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