Spotlight on Canterbury Apartments in Greensboro
Sisters Morgan and Taylor Bethune, residents of Angela Meadows in Albertville, have both benefited from the Alabama Affordable Housing Association's annual resident scholarship.
In a convenient location just off Interstate 65, a grand opening was held in February 2016 for Cobblestone Village in Clanton. The development, which received more than $812,000 in Housing Credits from AHFA in 2014, is targeted to seniors 55 and older. Five percent of the units in the 56-unit development were designed and constructed to be readily accessible to individuals with mobility impairments.
Read more about Hurricane Creek Trace, a 50-unit development for seniors in Tuscaloosa that HOME and Housing Credit financing.
Kendrick's Way, a 72-unit development nestled in the middle of Montgomery, provides security and affordable living in a picturesque location for its elderly residents.
Read more about AHEPA 310 Apartments, a 96-unit development for elderly residents in Mobile that received Bond and Housing Credit financing.
The Village at Oliver Place is one example of Phil Campbell continuing its recovery from the devastating April 2011 tornadoes that destroyed much of the town. The Cleghorn family is enjoying living at the development. "We love the space, layout, upstairs area - it just suits our needs perfectly. We appreciate this place and love it," Cleghorn says.
The Department of Veterans Affairs estimates that nearly 50,000 U.S. veterans are homeless on any given night. The VA is working to change that, starting in Alabama.
Pinecrest Apartments residents talk about living at Pinecrest and the recent improvements they now enjoy thanks to an innovative rehabilitation project.
Residents of Huntsville’s Spring Branch Apartments, a 70-unit development funded in
part by $565,399 in AHFA-administered Housing Credits, enjoy activities like fall planting
in the community garden. “These small amenities that many of us would take for granted
are helping us create an environment that encourages community, which is the first
step in strengthening this neighborhood,” said Mary Ellen Judah, executive director of Neighborhood Concepts, Inc.