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3.5.20 Members Making News
From Forbes: Once, these edifices were the bulwarks against illness. Today, they're part of the cure for the malaise afflicting housing availability. Nationwide, vacant hospitals, mental institutions and sanitariums are being recast as newly-opened apartment buildings. In communities from Los...
3.5.20 Members Making News
From MyCentralJersey.com: A groundbreaking was held for an affordable housing facility earmarked for residents 62 and over.   Rev. James F. Checchio, Bishop of Metuchen, and Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Newark, were joined Feb. 25 by civic and...
3.4.20 Members Making News
In a new YouTube video, Fannie Mae highlights the Housing Authority of the City of Austin’s (HACA) comprehensive rehabilitation of its Gaston Place community, a 100 unit property for low-income seniors and disabled individuals. HACA partnered with Fannie Mae and Bellwether Enterprise to employ the...
2.19.20 Members Making News
From WDVM: Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has approved over 100 units of affordable senior housing. The board approved the construction of 150 units of senior housing in the high cost areas of Alexandria and Fairfax. The Fairfax County Redevelopment and Housing Authority has partnered with...
2.5.20 Members Making News
From Senior Housing News: An adaptive reuse project that will transform a vacant Chicago hospital into a mix of affordable senior apartments and assisted living is underway. Developer Evergreen Real Estate Group broke ground on the community, Ravenswood Senior Living, on January 23. The $81...
1.23.20 Research
A recent report from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies found that housing units receiving HUD subsidies were more accessible for older people and those with mobility difficulties compared to unsubsidized units occupied by low-income renters. A significant proportion of households served...
1.9.20 Members Making News
From Multi-Housing News: New York State’s first LGBT-friendly affordable elder housing featuring 145 units has opened in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Dubbed Stonewall House to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan that spurred the beginning of the national movement...
12.5.19 Members Making News
From Block Club Chicago: Two mission-based developers have joined together to propose a new Rogers Park project that would provide LGBTQ-friendly senior housing and artist live/work space. The $30 million project would bring 81 apartments to the corner of Ashland Avenue and Howard Street,...
11.14.19 Members Making News
Miami-Dade Public Housing & Community Development (Miami-Dade PHCD) and developer The Related Group are working together to transform an aging, low-density senior community in Miami’s vibrant East Little Havana neighborhood into a mixed-income, mixed-use, 2,600-unit community, combining...
9.12.19 Members Making News
From Pew Stateline: After her daughter died from lupus, Charlene Green was left caring for her two grandchildren. But their housing situation was precarious at best: mold and mildew everywhere, ceiling caving in. To get her landlord to make much-needed repairs in their Washington, D.C., apartment...

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