Amazon and Metro team up for $125M affordable housing plan
Units will be built near Metro stations across Washington, D.C. area
Amazon.com Inc. and Metro announced Wednesday a plan to build more than 1,000 affordable housing units near Metro stations in the Washington, D.C., area over the next five years, with
Chesapeake senior community acquired for $57.75M
Standard Communities buys Chesapeake Crossing
Chesapeake Crossing, a 597-unit mixed-income senior housing community in Chesapeake, has been purchased by Los Angeles-based Standard Communities, the affordable housing division of Standard Companies. According to Wink Ewing, managing
Petersburg apartments sell for $2.9M
53-unit Landmark Apartments are Section 8 affordable housing
Landmark Apartments, a 53-unit affordable housing property in Petersburg, has been purchased by Mercer Street Partners for $2.867 million. Landmark, located at 450 Van Buren Drive, was originally developed in
Altria donates $3M to Better Housing Coalition
Richmond nonprofit to build affordable housing units
The Richmond-based nonprofit Better Housing Coalition (BHC) announced Monday it has received the largest corporate gift in its 33-year history — a $3 million gift from Henrico County-based Fortune 500
Amazon makes $340M commitment to Arlington affordable housing
Commitment will increase housing options near HQ2
Amazon.com Inc. announced Wednesday that it is committing nearly $340 million to affordable housing efforts in Arlington, where the e-commerce giant is establishing its $2.5 billion East Coast HQ2 headquarters.
$8.79M in CARES Act funding going to affordable housing
Allocations to be split among all major regions in Va.
Following Gov. Ralph Northam’s announcement on Aug. 7 that the eviction moratorium would be extended through Sept. 7, U.S. Sens. Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine on Monday announced that
State awards nearly $12M in affordable housing funds
Grants are also aimed at reducing homelessness.
The state will allocate nearly $12 million to affordable housing and homelessness reduction programs throughout the state, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Thursday. The funding includes $10.7 million in Affordable and