Community Development

The next new normal: collaboration fuels affordable mixed-use residential developments (Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority)


From FreshWater Cleveland:

A collaboration between the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA), the Cleveland Municipal School District, and University Hospitals (UH), Churchill Gateway will be the first in a multi-phase development and will be constructed on the site of the former Harry E. Davis Elementary School at East 105th Street and Churchill Avenue in Glenville.

District of Columbia Housing Authority Selects Development Team for Greater Greenleaf Community


From the District of Columbia Housing Authority's press release:

The District of Columbia Housing Authority has partnered with Greenleaf District Partners, a team comprised of developers Pennrose, EYA and Bozzuto Group to begin negotiations on the redevelopment of the greater Greenleaf community, including Greenleaf Gardens, Greenleaf Senior, Greenleaf Additions, and Greenleaf Extension.

Redevelopment of Cottage Gardens Affordable Housing Hits Milestone (Municipal Housing Authority for the City of Yonkers)


From the Yonkers Times:

One of the largest affordable housing redevelopment projects in the region reached another milestone with the closing on financing for 178 Warburton at The Ridgeway, a new $56 million mixed-income residential complex of 81 apartment homes in Southwest Yonkers that is being developed by the Municipal Housing Authority for the City of Yonkers (MHACY) and The Community Builders (TCB).

A Historic Denver Campus Is on Its Way to Becoming Affordable Housing (Denver Housing Authority)


From 303 Magazine:

Since 1929, Pancratia Hall has stood on the Loretto Heights campus, which acted as a southwest Denver educational facility for more than a century. Now, after the hall has been vacant for years, developers have launched a project to convert the building’s dorm rooms, chapel, attics and even its gymnasium into affordable apartments that are both one-of-a-kind and state-of-the-art.

Pair of Co-Located Library and Senior Housing Developments by Evergreen Real Estate Group and Chicago Housing Authority Earn Awards


From MultifamilyBiz:

Evergreen Real Estate Group today announced that two co-located library and senior housing developments the firm completed last year have won the 2020 Library Building Awards from the American Institute of Architects and American Library Association. Built in partnership with the city of Chicago, Chicago Housing Authority and Chicago Public Library, the projects were two of four winners recognized in the U.S. and Canada.

Remake eyed for big downtown San Jose project (Santa Clara County Housing Authority)


From the Marin Independent Journal:

A big mixed-use development on the eastern side of downtown San Jose is headed for a possible makeover because the government agency slated to occupy the site might wind up at another location in the city.

The Santa Clara County Housing Authority has been working toward a dramatic redevelopment of a vacant lot on E. Santa Clara Street where the agency would be the anchor office tenant — but now it’s possible the government entity will establish its main offices elsewhere.

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