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Multi-Housing News

First Affordable LGBT Senior Housing to Rise in South Florida 

Multi-Housing News


By Samantha Goldberg

Carrfour Supportive Housing and the Pride Center are developing the apartment community, which marks the first phase of the master-planned redevelopment of the five-acre Equality Park campus.

Hoping to provide more housing options to one of South Florida’s underserved populations, Miami-based non-profit Carrfour Supportive Housing ...

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The Real Deal

Partnership to spend $6.5 million on rehabilitating Liberty City apartments

The Real Deal


By Sean Stewart-Muniz

In an effort to curb Miami’s homeless population, developer Carrfour Supportive Housing has announced a $6.5 million renovation plan in Liberty City. 

Carrfour plans to begin renovations of 34 rental units at 1255 Northwest 58th Street next month with a projected completion date of ...

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Next City

Florida Kitchen Serves Up Sunshine Rolls, Jobs

Next City


By Malcolm Burnley

It’s safe to say the newest tactic for fighting homelessness in South Florida has never been attempted before: sunshine rolls. Lots of them. They’re being baked en masse at Miami-Dade County’s Verde Community Farm & Market, a supportive-housing community for more than 500 people in Homestead, ...

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The Miami Herald

Seeds of Change: Verde Community Farm in Homestead is Helping to Grow South Miami-Dade's Foodie Appeal

The Miami Herald


By Caitlyn Granfield

Parts of the former Homestead Air Force Base, left vacant for more than two decades after Hurricane Andrew’s fury, have been reborn as a 22-acre organic farm and farmers market, an eco-friendly housing complex for the formerly homeless, ...

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Miami Today

The Achiever: Stephanie Berman-Eisenberg Leads Carrfour in Aiding to House the Underserved

Miami Today


By Susan Danseyar 

As president and CEO of Carrfour Supportive Housing, Stephanie Berman-Eisenberg notes a lot of misconceptions about the homeless and hopes this population will receive more empathy. Homelessness can occur for a number of ...

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Affordable Housing Finance

New Lease on Life: Redeveloped Project Provides Needed Affordable Housing in Miami

Affordable Housing Finance

By Christine SerlinFor Miami-based Carrfour Supportive Housing, a leading nonprofit developer in Florida, its main mission has been to provide housing and services for formerly homeless individuals. But the developer has seen how tough it is for these households to move into other housing after they are back on their feet.Over ...

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The Miami Herald

Little Havana: New Homes Bring Hope for New Beginnings

The Miami Herald

Sara Morales watches son Alex Schmidt, 2, play in their new apartment in Little Havana.Amistad Apartments, which has 89 units for low-income or formerly homeless tenants, officially opened Friday, and is a 'lifesaver for 89 families,' said Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado.Said Morales: 'We were struggling really badly,' but now Alex, who has had two ...

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Multi-Housing News

Landmark, Carrfour Celebrate Grand Opening of $21M Redeveloped Affordable Housing Community

Multi-Housing News


By Joshua Ayers

Miami—Real estate developer Landmark Development and nonprofit affordable housing developer Carrfour Supportive Housing celebrated the grand opening of a 1950s-era, 100-unit redeveloped affordable housing community in Miami’s underserved Brownsville neighborhood on June 26. The ceremony was attended by several elected and government ...

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Ocean Drive Magazine

Behind Miami's Farm-to-Table Craze

Ocean Drive Magazine

By Bill Kearney

Miami’s burgeoning urban farming scene turns forsaken land into farm-to-table excellence, and offers both growers and diners more than just an exquisite meal.

Just west of Miami International Airport, planes roar overhead while cars and trucks rumble by on a nearby overpass. But wedged between two shipping warehouses is row after ...

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The Real Deal

Brownsville Eyesore Renovated into Affordable Housing

The Real Deal


By Christopher Cameron

The long abandoned Hampton Village Apartments, built in the 1950s in Miami’s Brownsville neighborhood, has been transformed into an affordable housing complex. The multifamily project, located at 2800 Northwest 43rd Terrace, offers 100 affordable housing units for roughly 250 residents.

“Rather than being an eyesore to the neighborhood, ...

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