Real Estate Bisnow
Carrfour Fights Homelessness
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 ...Read More
Carrfour Property Receives Grant to Create Urban Farm
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 ...Read More
South Florida Business Journal
SFBJ '13 Influential Business Women
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 ...
Carrfour Leads Affordable Playground Project
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.
Commercial Property Executive
Harvard House Apartments Re-Opens After Major Renovation
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 ...Read More
Diario las Americas
Niños Diseñan Su Patio De Juegos
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 ...Read More
The Huffington Post
Operation Sacred Trust Combats Veteran Homelessness in South Florida with $1 Million Grant
By Christiana Lilly
While the nation thanks its veterans this weekend for their service to the country, many of those veterans are struggling on the streets of South Florida.
Cedric Halyard was one of them but he has gone from a homeless drug user to the outreach ...Read More
The Miami Herald
Step Forward for Homeless Local Vets
By Stephanie Berman-Eisenberg
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have created a new generation of veterans — many of whom have returned only to encounter serious financial burdens as the nation’s economy struggles to find its footing. For these heroes, the excitement of coming home has been marred by the reality that ...Read More
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
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