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Bipartisan roadmap highlights solutions the Biden-Harris Administration and 117th Congress can take to address...
Enterprise Community Partners released its 2021 playbook: Making Homes Places of Pride, Power and Belonging: Enterprise’s Policy Priorities for 2021. From solutions on how to address
Enterprise Community Partners and Wells Fargo Launch the Housing Affordability Breakthrough Challenge
Competition will award $12 million in grants for six innovative proposals that advance creative housing affordability solutions. Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise)
Purple Line Corridor Coalition Releases Housing Action Plan to Preserve Affordability along New Light...
Public, private and nonprofit partners seek to ensure housing stability for existing residents and preserve or create at least 17,000 affordable homes along new Purple Line transit corridor
Washington, D.C.’s affordable housing industry is well known for collaborative financing projects. However, the latest preservation project at Randle Hill Apartments
JPMorgan Chase Makes $5 Million Investment to Support Affordable Housing and Small Businesses along...
JPMorgan Chase & Co. today announced a $5 million, three-year commitment to help expand access to economic opportunity for local residents and small business owners along the 16-mile
Keep Safe: A Guide for Resilient Housing Design in Island Communities, a first-of-its-kind illustrated manual developed in response to the devastation of Hurricane Maria in collaboration with over 150 experts from across Puerto Rico
The California State Legislature approved Assembly Bill 1487 (Chiu-San Francisco), which will allow the San Francisco Bay Area to come together and address the region’s housing challenges through new funding, programs, and tools.
The Rebuild Texas Fund has awarded the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (TSAHC) and Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise) a $1.1 million follow-up grant to support the Housing and Economic Assistance to Rebuild Texas (HEART) Program. HEART
Brian McLaughlin has been named president and CEO of Enterprise Community Development (ECD), a new organization that brings together two of the Mid-Atlantic’s leading developers and managers of affordable, well-designed homes: Community Preservation
Thanks to a committed collaboration among nonprofits, local government and private funders, 37 people with mental illness who were formerly homeless or at risk will live in a new community that will offer tailored mental health services
A new national survey on the connection between homes and health from Enterprise Community Partners Inc. (Enterprise) finds that more than half of the 1,000 renters surveyed have delayed care because they couldn’t
Enterprise Homes and the Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) have closed on financing to renovate 75 apartment homes comprising the rental component of the Heritage Crossing community in West Baltimore. All its rental homes will be renovated while remaining affordable.
City and State Leaders Celebrate Opening of Metro Heights at Mondawmin, a Modern Transit-Oriented...
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Secretary Kenneth C. Holt and other community leaders joined representatives of Enterprise Homes today for the grand opening of Metro Heights at Mondawmin, a striking new transit-oriented development at the corner of Reisterstown Road and Liberty Heights Avenue, 2700 Reisterstown Rd, Baltimore, Maryland 21215.
On Oct. 23, as part of The Miami Foundation’s My Miami Story, the South Florida Community Land Trust (SFCLT) and the Haitian American Community Development Corporation (HACDC) asked local Miamians to share stories about their community and to discuss one of the biggest issues facing our county: affordable housing
Freddie Mac announced today it has closed its first Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Fund with Enterprise Community Investment, Inc. and its first equity investment within that fund. The closing marks Freddie’s re-entry to the LIHTC (or Housing Credit) market, which finances the overwhelming majority of the country’s affordable rental housing.
Enterprise will work with Dr. Ben Carson, President-elect Trump’s nominee for secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, to ensure every person in the U.S. has a decent, affordable home in a thriving community connected to good schools, jobs, transit and health care. We are hopeful that his background of growing up poor in Detroit and becoming a leading surgeon will make him a powerful advocate for building the critical link between healthy communities and healthy children and families
Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate Capital LLC (Bellwether Enterprise), the commercial and multifamily mortgage banking subsidiary of Enterprise Community Investment Inc. (Enterprise), today announced that it has expanded its affordable housing business by establishing a group dedicated to providing flexible financing resources to affordable, multifamily clients across the United States. With 18 Bellwether Enterprise offices located throughout the country, the Affordable Housing Group will leverage the firm’s existing, nationwide lending platform.
SAN DIEGO - February 7, 2013 - (RealEstateRama) -- Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate Capital, LLC (Bellwether Enterprise), the multifamily and commercial banking subsidiary of Enterprise Community Investment, Inc. (Enterprise), today announced it provided more than $1.5 billion in financing in 2012, including $1.2 billion since Bellwether Real Estate Capital merged with Enterprise’s Multifamily Mortgage Finance business in May of 2012. The breakdown by property type for all of 2012 is as follows:
LOS ANGELES (November 3, 2011) - Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise) announced today a new partnership with Citi that will expand community revitalization efforts aimed at responding to the effects of the foreclosure crisis in California. The pr...
COLUMBIA, MD - August 31, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. (Enterprise) and MetLife Foundation today announced the winners of the 2011 MetLife Foundation Awards for Excellence in Affordable Housing, which laud best practices in green, service-enriched housing for low-income seniors. The four winners will each receive $50,000 in unrestricted grant funds to expand their exemplary work in affordable senior housing and will be recognized at various events around the country culminating with a final event at the LeadingAge conference in Washington, D.C. this fall.
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