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Priorities & Impact


Our Priorities in the Southeast

  • Providing capital, policy solutions and other resources for the production and preservation of affordable multifamily housing units and future transit-oriented housing developments through our financing, investment, CDFI loan products and and Proactive Preservation through Partnerships initiative.
  • Co-convening the Atlanta TOD Collaborative that seeks to remove barriers to and advance affordable and mixed income models for equitable transit-oriented development (TOD) in the Atlanta region
  • Identifying and supporting the organizational and capacity needs of local governments and affordable housing developers and owners
  • Providing technical assistance and resources to local governments, affordable housing developers and owners and other community-based organizations for the continued stabilization of neighborhoods and communities

Our Impact in the Southeast

To date in the Southeast Enterprise has:

  • Invested $373 million in grants, loans and equity
  • Leveraged an additional $470 million to preserve or produce more than14,000 affordable units in the Atlanta metro region
  • Working through Green Home Advantage, a partnership among the city of Atlanta, Enterprise, Southface and The Home Depot Foundation, created new baseline green requirements for 300 units of affordable housing and a deeper greening of 100 of the units in NSP properties and developer resources, resulting in new tools; increased developer capacity and greener, healthier, affordable homes and communities

Key Engagements

Proactive Preservation through Partnerships

This Southeast-based program preserves the affordability of expiring, distressed or at-risk multifamily properties and provides ongoing opportunities for low- to moderate income and special needs families. The program focuses on communities within the Neighborhood Stabilization Program or other public investments as well as communities near existing or planned transit centers.

Transit-Oriented Development

Enterprise is working with Atlanta BeltLine Inc. to complete an Atlanta BeltLine Mixed Income Transit Oriented Development Implementation Strategy. Affordable Housing Analysis. Through this analysis we willidentify resources and strategies and create tools for the development of TOD affordable housing using the Atlanta BeltLine Affordable Housing Trust Fund.

Community Revitalization

Communities are being revitalized through the rehabilitation of single family foreclosed homes under the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). Enterprise is providing capacity building support and NSP Technical Assistance to Metro Atlanta partners to return vacant homes and rebuild blighted neighborhoods into thriving, affordable communities.

Capacity Building

Resources for Residents and Communities (RRC) is a leading innovative green modular design of Legacy Point, a development of 13 single family affordable homes one block from the planned Atlanta BeltLine. Through green design charrette planning that focuses on storm water management, sustainable building materials, operations and maintenance, resident engagement tools and project support, Enterprise is working with RRC to build its staff capacity and incorporate green building practices into its affordable housing design and operations.
Resources & Updates

VEO celebrates the grand opening of Veteran housing. Enterprise Southeast provided a $50,000 grant for the rehabilitation project.

"Where Honor Lives"
VEO celebrates the grand opening of Veteran housing. Enterprise Southeast provided a $50,000 grant for the rehabilitation project.

Affordable Housing Readiness Tool
This tool provides a standardized approach to assess a parcel’s readiness for provision of equitable affordable housing.

The Merger Process: No Easy Road Map
A new case study tracks the merger of two California affordable housing organizations. From conception to completion, the report reviews what it took to execute a smooth merger. Read the case study.

Teaming Up Atlanta
Profiles of Community Development Financial Institutions Serving Atlanta, Georgia

Congratulations to the Historic District Development Corp (HDDC)
Supported by the Southeast market and Enterprise Asset Stablilzation, HDDC has preserved 58 multifamily units in downtown Atlanta. 

Southeast News
Read the Southeast News and stay up to date on our  work throughout Enterprise's Southeast market. 

Atlanta Beltline Launches Website and Developer Tools

Atlanta Green Home Advantage
Learn more about the Green Home Advantage program.

Q&A with John O’Callaghan
The president and CEO of Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership shares his thoughts on the importance of Piece by Piece Regional Foreclosure Initiative
Piece by Piece

Southeast Fact Sheet

Southeast Fact Sheet

Enterprise is providing capital, solutions and policy assistance throughout the Southeast in Ga., Fla., N.C., S.C., Ala. and Tenn. to create and preserve affordable homes and communities. Download the fact sheet.