Real Estate Bisnow
Affordable Housing Demand Vast, Supply Small
By Dees Stribling
Snapped at a recent housing lottery: Carrfour CEO Stephanie Berman-Eisenberg, along with Miami-Dade Commissioner Bruno Barreiro. One thing the lottery provided is that the demand for affordable housing in South Florida in nearly bottomless. When Carrfour prepared to put 44 affordable units in its Amistad development in Little Havana up ...Read More
Carrfour Determined to End Homelessness in Miami
By Jennifer LeClaire
When it comes to affordable housing in Miami, developers have made great strides over the past 20 years. But there’s much more work to do.
Carrfour Supportive Housing has providing housing for more than 10,000 Miami-Dade County residents over the past 20 years but has a greater goal in mind: ending ...Read More
“No Place Like Home” Dinner at Verde Gardens
On Saturday, October 19, leadership, community and national partners of Carrfour Supportive Housing , Florida’s largest nonprofit developer of affordable and supportive housing, came together to celebrate the organization’s 20th year serving South Florida’s homeless population. The festive ‘Wizard of Oz-themed’ dinner was held at Carrfour’s Verde Gardens housing community in Homestead, where the organization’s leadship honored its biggest supporters and sponsors – with an official proclamation declaring October 19, 2013 “Carrfour Supportive Housing 20th Anniversary Day” presented at ...Read More
Florida’s Largest Supportive Housing Developer Marches On in 20-Year Fight to End Homelessness
MIAMI, FL – October 24, 2013 – Despite providing affordable housing to more than 10,000 residents of Miami-Dade County over the past 20 years, leaders of Carrfour Supportive Housing, Florida’s largest not-for-profit developer of affordable and supportive housing, know much more is needed to achieve their collective goal of ending homelessness. More land. More housing. More supportive services. And more resources to pay for it all.
Leadership, community and national partners of Carrfour Supportive Housing, a nonprofit ...Read More
CBS 4: Focus on South Florida – Community Development & the Arts
By Michele Gillen
More than a dozen South Florida nonprofits just got a big shot in the arm thanks to grant monies from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation. We focus on the goals of the multimillion dollar grant program, and hear from one of the nonprofits benefitting. To watch the interview, click on the above picture.