$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
Homeless in Miami find new outlet, feeding the well-heeled
Miami sees itself as a model for reducing homelessness; community farm project grows produce for upscale eatery.
By Zachary Fagenson
As part of an innovative effort to tackle Miami's problem with homelessness, Xavier Wright has traded the streets of downtown for a live-in community farm project in south Florida that grows produce ...Read More
The Huffington Post
Hope Grows in Homestead
Verde Gardens farm program gives new life, work to Miami-Dade homeless families.
By Christiana Lilly
A mother living with her two children in a car. A family forced to leave their home after their landlord raised the rent again. A father whose job gave only inconsistent work. These are the faces of homelessness in Miami-Dade, ...Read More
The Miami Herald
Ex-Homeless Raise Crops for Miami Restaurant
Verde Gardens – operated in part by formerly homeless residents – provides fresh produce to diners at Tuyo restaurant in Downtown Miami.
By Christina Veiga
It’s 8 a.m. and the sun is just beginning its relentless beating. The ground is damp from an early morning shower, bringing out the ...Read More
The Miami Herald
A Dignified Dwelling
Two Miami design industry professionals have furnished a home for a woman and her three children who are transitioning out of homelessness.
By Alexa Lopez
Rocio Almanzar, who has spent about seven years in and out of homeless shelters and rehabilitation programs, did not have many ideas for the décor of her new apartment. Rather, a ...Read More
The Miami Times
New Apartments Help Vets Get Back on Their Feet
Barbara Carey-Shuler Manor offers affordable housing to vets, elderly.
By Kaila Heard
If Gwendolyn Cutler-Isom had to describe her one-bedroom apartment in one word it would be GREAT. “I love everything about this place!” she said. Since April, the 54-year old Army veteran has been living in ...Read More
Dr. Barbara Carey-Shuler Manor Opens in Liberty City
$30 million apartment complex developed by Carrfour Supportive Housing includes 100 affordable housing units for low-income and formerly homeless families.
MIAMI, FL – Carrfour Supportive Housing, Florida’s largest nonprofit affordable housing developer, is teaming up with Miami-Dade County and the Florida Housing Finance Corporation to provide much-needed ...Read More
Commercial Property Executive
Carrfour Celebrates Opening of $30M Affordable Housing Community in Liberty City
$30 million apartment complex includes 100 affordable housing units for low-income and formerly homeless families.
By Georgiana Mihaila
Miami’s Liberty City neighborhood is now home to the city’s newest affordable housing community—Dr. Barbara Carey-Shuler Manor. Developed by Carrfour Supportive Housing—Florida’s largest nonprofit affordable housing developer—along ...Read More
South Florida Times
New complex to provide homes for elderly, poor and homeless
Tenants to receive supportive and employment placement services at the building which will also house 16,000 square feet of ground-floor office space.
By BRANDYS HOWARD
MIAMI — A $28 million complex built on Liberty City’s busy Northwest 54th Street corridor opened Tuesday amidst high hopes for ...Read More
Affordable Housing Developer Presses into Miami Demand
By Jennifer LeClaire
MIAMI—Miami-Dade County needs more affordable housing—thousands of units according to an annual study by Homeless Trust. Carrfour Supportive Housing is working to put a dent in the need by teaming up with Miami-Dade County and the Florida Housing Finance Corporation.
With the launch of Dr. Barbara Carey-Shuler Manor ...Read More