Carrfour Supportive Housing Develops $12M Miami Affordable Housing Community
By Jessica Fiur
Carrfour Supportive Housing has joined up with Tacolcy Economic Development Corporation and the Florida Housing Finance Corporation to develop a $12 million affordable community called Parkview Gardens in Miami.
Parkview Gardens, which recently celebrated its grand opening, is located in Miami-Dade County’s Liberty City. The community includes 60 garden-style ...Read More
Parkview Gardens Affordable Housing Community Opens in Miami’s Liberty City Neighborhood
$12 million apartment complex developed by Carrfour Supportive Housing includes 60 affordable housing units for low-income families.
MIAMI, FL – October 31, 2012 – Carrfour Supportive Housing, Florida’s largest nonprofit affordable housing developer, is teaming up with Tacolcy Economic Development Corporation and the Florida Housing Finance Corporation to provide much-needed permanent housing for over 200 low-income residents in the City of Miami.
Parkview Gardens, a brand-new affordable housing complex located at 1437 NW 61st Street in ...Read More
The Miami Herald
New Affordable Housing in the Works
A new affordable housing development is scheduled to open in the Brownsville area late next year.
By THEO KARANTSALIS
A blighted Miami apartment complex built in the 1950s was torn down recently to make way for a new four-story affordable housing complex on the site.
“There was a vision of a faithful few ...Read More
$20M Affordable Housing Project Gets Underway in Miami
The redevelopment of Hampton Village Apartments will offer multifamily housing units and services to help people better their lives.
By Jennifer LeClaire
A distressed 1950s multifamily building is getting demolished so the site on which it sits can serve as an affordable housing complex. The $20 million development of Hampton ...Read More
Affordable Housing Developers Team Up to Put Federal Dollars to Work in Miami, FL
$20 million redevelopment of Hampton Village Apartments by Landmark Companies, Carrfour Supportive Housing and Special Asset Support Services, Inc. (SASSI) will provide 100 new homes for low-income residents.
MIAMI, FL – October 17, 2012 – A distressed 1950s apartment building in Miami-Dade County will soon enjoy a new lease on life following its demolition and the construction of a new four-story affordable housing complex on the site.
The $20 million redevelopment of Hampton Village Apartments ...Read More