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Wake County Approves $15M Increase for Affordable Housing
Housing affordability is one of the biggest long-term challenges we face in Wake County. Earlier this month, our county commissioners made a bold and historic commitment to do something about the issue.
On June 4, county leaders approved the 2019 budget which contained about $15 million in new funds for affordable housing. This game-changing commitment will provide dedicated, recurring funding for housing affordability efforts and will have far-reaching implications for our fast-growing region.
DHIC Celebrated NeighborWorks Week with the Dedication of Greenfield Place on June 23rd
We were excited to celebrate NeighborWorks Week with the completion and dedication of Greenfield Place, an 80-unit community for modest income families in Chapel Hill. Attendees heard from two special guest speakers, Chapel Hill Mayor Pam Hemminger and Congressman David Price, before taking a tour of two units and enjoying lunch following the program.
Exciting Updates: Construction Underway at Washington Terrace
DHIC is excited to move to the construction phase of the Washington Terrace redevelopment project. This project has been years in the making and over $44 million has been assembled to date to realize phase one and two of the master plan that was adopted in 2016 by the community.
‘It has given me peace.’ How living at Greenfield Place in Chapel Hill has changed a man’s life.
When Tim Cates moved into his apartment at Greenfield Place in Chapel Hill last January, it was the first time he’d had a roof over his head in more than a year.
Cates had been homeless, but Chapel Hill’s latest foray into affordable housing has been a godsend to him and his neighbors.