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The Miami Herald – Neighbors

DASH students design homes for the homeless

The Miami Herald – Neighbors


By Michael Sharp

Eric Hankin, teacher at Design Architecture Senior High, a magnet school in Miami’s Design District, created a project for his students that would give them hands-on experience, as well as benefit the homeless.

“I like the idea of exposing students to real-life projects,” said ...

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Florida Trend

Florida Life: Free Falling

Florida Trend

By Lori Capullo

Paola Roman, 33
Vice President of Housing Development, Carrfour Supportive Housing

"My reson for wanting to skydive was twofold," Paola Roman says. "One, I envy the freedom that birds have and I wanted to try it out – silly, I know, but I'm a free spirit like that – and two, I ...

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Real Estate Bisnow

Affordable Housing Demand Vast, Supply Small

Real Estate Bisnow

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 ...

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GlobeSt.com

Carrfour Determined to End Homelessness in Miami

GlobeSt.com

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 ...

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Real Estate Bisnow

Carrfour Fights Homelessness

Real Estate Bisnow

Carrfour Supportive Housing, Florida's largest nonprofit affordable housing developer, recently hosted over 200 at an art show at Villa Aurora, its Little Havana property, to celebrate the developer's 20th anniversary. Proceeds benefited the organization's mission to put an end to homelessness in South Florida. Carrfour recently received a grant to fund its Learning Kitchen and Farmer's ...

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Multi-Housing News

Carrfour Property Receives Grant to Create Urban Farm

Multi-Housing News

By Dees Stribling, Contributing Editor

The Health Foundation of South Florida has awarded Carrfour Supportive Housing, a major Florida affordable housing developer, a $28,800 grant to fund its Learning Kitchen and Farmer’s Market Training Program. The program is at Verde Gardens, a Carrfour multifamily property in Homestead, which is a suburb ...

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South Florida Business Journal

SFBJ '13 Influential Business Women

South Florida Business Journal


The South Florida Business Journal is proud to again honor 25 of the region’s top businesswomen – those who have gone above and beyond, not just for their companies, but for the communities they serve.This year’s honorees came from varied backgrounds, but have all worked equally hard to ...

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GlobeSt.com

Carrfour Leads Affordable Playground Project

GlobeSt.com

By Jennifer LeClaire

More than 200 volunteers joined Carrfour Supportive Housing, Miami-Dade Homeless Trust, the Knight Foundation and KaBOOM! to build playground in less than eight hours on Saturday. The playground fulfills the dreams of hundreds of formerly homeless children who live at Verde Gardens, an affordable housing community in Homestead, FL.

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Commercial Property Executive

Harvard House Apartments Re-Opens After Major Renovation

Commercial Property Executive

By Georgiana Mihaila

A formerly distressed North Miami Beach apartment complex recently reopened after undergoing an $8 million redevelopment process led by nonprofit affordable housing developers Carrfour Supportive Housing and the National Housing Trust.

The redevelopment of Harvard House Apartments was made possible through support from the U.S. Department of Housing ...

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Diario las Americas

Niños Diseñan Su Patio De Juegos

Diario las Americas

Por Iliana Lavastida Rodríguez

La devastación dejada por el huracán Andrew hace 20 años en unos 22 acres de tierra de una antigua base aérea en Homestead es el preludio de esta historia.

La selección del terreno para construir una comunidad que ofreciera viviendas de costo asequible fue el origen del proyecto y ...

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