Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards 2019 Finalist: Aldrich 51

Aldrich 51 is a LEED Silver, mixed-income workforce housing development, located in Austin’s Mueller Redevelopment Community, a 700-acre award-winning mixed-use urban village located just three miles from downtown. The development’s seamless integration through both building design and unit finishes allows residents with 30% AMI or 100% AMI to live side-by-side, including 10 units for Permanent Supportive Housing….
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Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards 2019 Finalist: Beach Green Dunes

Beach Green Dunes is a new construction in the Edgemere section of Queens, an increasingly expensive rental market. It is part of a larger comprehensive urban renewal area known as the Arverne Urban Renewal Area. The Arverne East Redevelopment Area consists of approximately 47 acres of City-owned oceanfront property within the 308-acre Arverne Urban Renewal Area. Both the Edgemere and Arverne neighborhoods have seen recent large-scale redevelopment of vacant land, and rehabilitation of vacant buildings and those damaged by Hurricane Sandy….
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Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards 2019 – Chairman’s Award Winner: The Chicon

The Chicon is a mixed-income, mixed-use project one block from what was once the worst open-air drug market in Austin, Texas. Two three-story buildings are home to 28 owner-occupied units above 8 owner-occupied commercial spaces. These buildings have been named The Joyce and The Gibbs after local African-American leaders….
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Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards 2019 Finalist: Gateway North Apartments

Located in a central downtown district, 30 minutes outside of Boston, the Gateway North Apartments has transformed a formerly vacant site into an important community asset. Resulting from a 2008 master plan, and a 9-year planning, permitting, and financing effort, the project is the first-ever multifamily property funded by Massachusetts’ Workforce Housing Initiative and fills an important market gap with high-quality homes for low-and middle-income households….
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Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards 2019 Winner: The Lindley

The Lindley, a new luxury, mixed-income multifamily building in Chevy Chase, MD, is the result of a unique public-private partnership between the Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County, EYA LLC, and The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation. The property was funded without tax credits or direct subsidies, and is one of the first buildings of its kind to include private equity as a major funding source while remaining under the principal control of a public housing authority. It is exemplary of building affordable units in a high-opportunity area near a future public transit hub with best-in-class amenities….
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Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards 2019 Winner: Plaza Roberto Maestas

Plaza Roberto Maestas is a landmark equitable transit-oriented development project in the Beacon Hill a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood of Seattle, WA. It is owned by El Centro de la Raza, a civil rights organization grounded in the Latino community that provides a range of services including child and youth programs, human and emergency services, and skills building. In addition to providing housing, the project supports local and small businesses through the creation of new retail and commercial spaces….
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Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards 2019 Winner: The Watson

The Watson represents a major urban place-making initiative developed on the site of a long-vacant former office building adjacent to a largely dormant, ship-building complex facility. The development is a truly inclusive community that integrates low-, moderate- and higher-income renters under one roof….
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Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards 2018 Finalist: The Residences at Government Center

In 2015, public and private partners crafted a plan to transform the vacant Hahne & Co. department store into a thriving, modern residential and retail community. A public-private partnership led to the rehabilitation of the 400,000 square-foot building and construction of a 120,000-square foot, nine-story addition. This redevelopment has played a central role in the economic revitalization of downtown Newark. The now completed mixed-use development offers new housing, retail, jobs and educational opportunities near transit….
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Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards 2018 Winner: The Conway Center

In 2015, public and private partners crafted a plan to transform the vacant Hahne & Co. department store into a thriving, modern residential and retail community. A public-private partnership led to the rehabilitation of the 400,000 square-foot building and construction of a 120,000-square foot, nine-story addition. This redevelopment has played a central role in the economic revitalization of downtown Newark. The now completed mixed-use development offers new housing, retail, jobs and educational opportunities near transit….
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Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards 2018 Finalist: Metro Green Terrace

In 2015, public and private partners crafted a plan to transform the vacant Hahne & Co. department store into a thriving, modern residential and retail community. A public-private partnership led to the rehabilitation of the 400,000 square-foot building and construction of a 120,000-square foot, nine-story addition. This redevelopment has played a central role in the economic revitalization of downtown Newark. The now completed mixed-use development offers new housing, retail, jobs and educational opportunities near transit….
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