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WinnDevelopment starts work on veterans apartment community (New Jersey Dept. of Community Affairs)

10.7.20

From Real Estate Weekly:

WinnDevelopment has begun work on a $23 million apartment community for veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.

The Gordon H. Mansfield Veterans Village in Tinton Falls, NJ, will feature a four-story building with 70 one-bedroom apartments that will be available at a range of income levels.

New housing for the homeless opens in Salt Lake City, and it’s named after the state’s 'Mother Teresa’ (Housing Authority of Salt Lake City)

10.7.20

From The Salt Lake Tribune:

One woman’s restless, decadeslong quest to lift up homeless Utahns led to the opening Tuesday of a brand new living center on Salt Lake City’s west side.

Pamela Atkinson, dubbed the state’s version of Mother Teresa for her lifelong work, said that since last April’s groundbreaking for the five-story apartment complex to be known as Pamela’s Place, people she assists daily on the streets have kept her updated on its progress.

HUD Awards More Funding And New Designation To CMHA (Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority)

1.22.20

From 90.5 WCBE:

U.S. Housing and Urban Development officials were in Columbus Wednesday for a trio of announcements regarding the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority. 

HUD Midwest Regional Administrator Joseph Galvan announced that CMHA has been awarded nearly $156,000 to  help families attain self-sufficiency.

Development Serves Youths Leaving Foster Care in Vancouver, Wash. (Vancouver Housing Authority)

1.22.20

From Affordable Housing Finance:

Youths aging out of foster care have a new place to live in Vancouver, Wash.

The recently completed Caples Terrace serves young adults 18 to 24 years who might not otherwise have a place to live. It’s the first project by the Vancouver Housing Authority (VHA) to target this unique population.

$3.7 million awarded to Housing Commission to house military veterans (San Diego Housing Commission)

1.9.20

From ABC 10 News San Diego:

Sen. Dianne Feinstein announced today that the San Diego Housing Commission will receive nearly $4 million in federal funding to help homeless military veterans find housing.

The Housing Commission will receive a nearly $3.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing program.

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