Fom the New York City Housing Authority's press release:
From Urbanize Los Angeles:
In 2017, Los Angeles city officials joined with The Michaels Organization and Bridge Housing Corporation to launch the redevelopment of the Jordan Downs public housing complex in Watts. In the five years that have followed, blocks of 1940s apartment buildings have been demolished, making way for an "urban village" with more than 700 homes, nine acres of park space, and a shopping center known as Freedom Plaza.
From WBAP Radio:
The Fort Worth Stop Six Neighborhood will soon have more housing, amenities and job opportunities.
Demolition for the 1950s-era J.A. Cavile Place public housing community is underway to make room for a mixed-used development.
From the El Paso Herald-Post:
Sundt Construction recently completed its renovation of the Housing Authority of the City of El Paso’s (HACEP) Sherman residential community.
“I’m proud of our team for showing resilience and preserving during these difficult times and placing a huge amount of importance on the job and end goal,” said Luis Licon, Sundt’s project manager. “The residents and their families now have the joy of a new home during these turbulent times.”
From Connect Washington, DC:
Michigan-based commercial real estate finance company Red Oak Financial has provided a $2.8 million loan for Hunt Manor, a 15-unit apartment community in Washington D.C.’s Deanwood area. The financing was used to acquire the asset and provide capital improvements that encompassed the conversion of market-rate apartments to affordable housing as part of the District of Columbia Housing Authority’s (DCHA) Housing Voucher Program.
From The Boston Globe:
The long-planned remake of Charlestown’s Bunker Hill public housing complex could start later this year after the Boston Planning & Development Agency board approved zoning for a 2,700-unit mixed-income apartment and condominium development to replace 1,100 aging low-income apartments.
From Connect Chicago:
From Jamaica Plain News:
Construction recently started on the new Holtzer Park housing development which will include 62 new affordable rental units in Jackson Square.
From Affordable Housing Finance:
A major affordable housing redevelopment project reached another milestone with the closing on financing for 178 Warburton at The Ridgeway, a new $56 million mixed-income complex of 81 apartment homes in Southwest Yonkers, New York.
One of the largest affordable housing redevelopment projects in the region, the project is being developed by the Municipal Housing Authority for the City of Yonkers (MHACY) and The Community Builders (TCB).