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See Our Work in the Southeast

Read about a selection of successful projects we have completed with partners in the Southeast.

Antioch Villas and Gardens

Enterprise, Antioch AME Church, CRT Realty and Mercy Housing Southeast announced the completion of the Antioch Villas and Gardens, located in Stone Mountain, Ga. This development includes 40 villa-style and 66 garden apartments for low- and moderate-income seniors ages 55 and above. Specifically, Antioch Villas and Gardens:
  • Was designed to meet the Southface Energy Institute’s EarthCraft Multifamily sustainability standard
  • Features high efficiency HVAC systems, low-flow water fixtures, low VOC paints and floor coverings and an enhanced building envelope
  • Features such amenities as ion-site resident services, a boardwalk, fitness center, community kitchen and ample recreational space to encourage seniors to remain active as they age
Enterprise continues to support Mercy Housing Southeast as they create stable, vibrant and healthy communities by developing, financing and operating affordable, program-enriched housing for families, seniors and people with special needs who lack the economic resources to access quality, safe housing opportunities.
   

Barbara Carey Shuler Manor

Carrfour Supportive Housing and Enterprise celebrated the grand opening of Barbara Carey Shuler Manor in Liberty City, Fla. This $30 million development consists of apartments ranging in sizes from studios to three bedrooms. It is a mixed-use community that includes 100 affordable homes for families and seniors, with 50 set aside for the formerly homeless. Shuler Manor also has on-site supportive services for residents, a computer lab, an exercise room and a library.
 

Reynoldstown

A prosperous working-class neighborhood for decades, Reynoldstown’s economy declined and, by 1990, more than 42 percent of its families were living below the poverty level. Enterprise provided operating support and training to the nonprofit organization Reynoldstown Revitalization Corporation (RRC). As a result:
  • RRC has developed more than 310 affordable homes in this rapidly gentrifying neighborhood for residents whose incomes average $20,570. Additional affordable homes are in the pipeline.
  • A renewed sense of community inspires residents to participate in safety programs and neighborhood cleanup projects
  • Residents enjoy local services provided by new businesses.

University Estates

University Estates, a development in the Booker T. Washington neighborhood of Atlanta, consists of 35 single-family detached homes (20 new and 15 rehabilitated) that range in size from 1,100 square feet to 1,600 square feet.
  • The project earned an Enterprise Green Communities designation—eight are new homes, seven are rehabilitated homes.
  • As an influx of residents with different incomes flood into this and the surrounding neighborhoods, University Estates is the only new, affordable single-family housing development in the area.
  • Before University Estates opened its doors, the immediate area was mostly filled with vacant single-family lots that had become a safety hazard.

Antioch Villas and Gardens
Seniors Can Age in Place in New Affordable Green Homes
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Barbara Carey Shuler Manor
Shuler Manor

“The need for affordable housing and supportive services is increasing throughout South Florida,” said Stephanie Berman, president of Carrfour.  “The challenges facing the children and families of Liberty City are particularly difficult.”
Reynoldstown
University Estates