Community Development

Minneapolis aims to build 84 housing units across the city (Minneapolis Public Housing Authority)


From the Star Tribune:

The Minneapolis Public Housing Authority plans to demolish more than a dozen houses it owns and replace them with 84 units in four- and six-plexes across the city.

The roughly $34 million project is expected to begin in the summer of 2022 and calls for replacing aging "scattered site" public housing. Authority officials said only one of the 16 parcels designated for new housing is vacant.

LA Housing Authority Receives Neighborhood Revitalization Grant From HUD (Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles)


From MyNewsLA:

Los Angeles was one of eight cities announced Monday as recipients of $450,000 federal grants to support a comprehensive neighborhood revitalization plan.

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funds were given to the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, which will use the money to develop a “transformational plan” by and for residents of Chinatown and for the benefit of residents of the William Mead Homes housing development.

Before-and-After Burns Apartments Modernization Photos, as Construction Continues (Cambridge Housing Authority)


As construction on the Cambridge Housing Authority 's Burns Apartments continues, CHA posted before-and-after photos of the community that highlight the significant progress the housing authority has made in revitalizing the property. Construction on the 198 units at Burns Apartments started in February 2020, and is scheduled to be completed in late 2022.

View the photos on CHA's website.  

What’s Next for Dillehay Court (INLIVIAN)


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. .


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


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.

Governor Hogan Joins Housing Authority of Baltimore City in Final Demolition of Phase One of Historic Perkins Homes


From the Housing Authority of Baltimore City's press release:

Governor Larry Hogan, Mayor Brandon Scott, Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) president and CEO Janet Abrahams and City Councilmember Robert Stokes took turns at the controls of an excavator today to help bring down the final bricks on the last of six buildings of phase I of the 1940’s-era Perkins Homes.

Fort Worth Breaks Ground on First Phase of Stop Six Transformation (Fort Worth Housing Solutions)


From NBC 5 Dallas/Fort Worth:

A historic part of Fort Worth is now even closer to a major transformation.

On Thursday morning, city leaders broke ground on phase one of a multi-part plan to improve the beloved Stop Six neighborhood.

Cowan Place Senior Living, which will be located at East Rosedale Street and Stalcup Road, will feature 174-units designed for seniors 62 and up.

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