Dallas, TX Pythian Manor is a 76-unit rehabilitation of an existing senior rental project located in the southern part of Dallas, TX. The project was originally constructed in 1968 and consists of one, two story building. All of the units will be rented to households whose income does not exceed 60% AMI and 75 […]
Princeton, MN West Birch is the rehabilitation of twenty-four existing affordable LIHTC townhome units and the construction of 16 additional units. The project will include a range of one, two, three, and four bedroom units for households at 50%-60% AMI. As the original developer of the townhomes, CMHP wants to preserve the condition of the […]
The National Development Council (NDC) is requesting written Statement of Qualifications (SOQs) from qualified environmental consulting firms. NDC is soliciting these SOQs based on the need for environmental services in conjunction with a Coalition Community-wide Brownfields Assessment Grant awarded by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”).
The National Development Council celebrates the grand re-opening of Scotland, a unique affordable housing community in Potomac, Maryland.
The National Development Council (NDC) is launching its first online and self-paced certification course for community and economic development finance professionals, ED101-Economic Development Finance Online.
Indianapolis, IN Line Lofts is a new construction project located at the former Home Elevator building at 1142 Washington Street in Indianapolis Indiana. The project will include sixty-three two-bedroom, one-bathroom units of senior, affordable housing. The first floor will also include approximately 6,100 square feet for the new Visually Impaired Preschool Services (VIPS) – Family […]
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Cleveland, OH St. Joseph’s Commons will consist of 68 total rental units of permanent supportive housing for individuals and families in a single building located in the historic Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland. The project was awarded 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency. Located at 2254 West 25th Street, […]
When Congress returns to Washington in September, it will face a long list of decisions. Including extending the debt limit, forging an agreement on discretionary spending, and passing appropriation bills on federal housing and community development funding, as well as tax extenders (including New Markets Tax Credits). The webinar will also include an update on important legislation that is pending before Congress. The webinar will include presentations from lobbyists, Washington interest groups, and practitioners in the field who have had success in getting their Members of Congress to visit projects.
How are the federal community development grant programs, tax credits, and other important financing tools faring in the divided 116th Congress? What are the latest developments and policy proposals that could impact your work? Experts from Washington, DC will update you on the status of housing and community development appropriations; describe recently introduced tax credit legislation supporting affordable housing, historic preservation, new markets and community revitalization; prospects and timetable for tax extenders and tell you exactly how you can help strengthen Congressional support for community development.