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Nonprofit Invests Nearly $20M in Apartments for Denver Veterans
Nashville WKRN: Nashville Apartments to Become Housing for Homeless Veterans
"An apartment complex in Nashville will soon help house veterans without a home. A national nonprofit called Community Solutions saw an opportunity to help some of them with a new project at the Glastonbury Apartments...."
FOX17 WZTV Nashville: Nonprofit will Help Nashville Veterans Experiencing Homelessness Get Housing
"A nonprofit, Community Solutions, announced a new project that will include housing for veterans experiencing homelessness.
Jaha Martin, a social worker at the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, says this new housing project will save lives...."
News Channel 5 Nashville: Glastonbury Woods Apartments will Become Housing for Veterans Experiencing Homelessness
"A new property was just secured for veterans experiencing homelessness in Nashville. City leaders, VA Tennessee Valley Health Care and a handful of nonprofits are trying to reduce homelessness in the veteran community. Recently, Community Solutions, a national nonprofit, stepped in and purchased an apartment complex to house some of Nashville's 173 homeless veterans..."
90.3 WPLN News: Nashville has Made Progress Housing Homeless Veterans. A New Mixed-income Property Could Boost those Efforts.
"The number of homeless veterans in Nashville has declined in the past few years. But there are still many former service members without a permanent place to live. The city has 172 veterans experiencing what’s called 'literal homelessness...."
Main Street Nashville: Nashville Apartment Complex to Provide Housing for Veterans
"This week, Nashville's Continuum of Care and nonprofit Community Solutions announced the acquisition of a property that will help alleviate homelessness among Nashville's veterans. Glastonbury Woods, located off Briley Parkway near the airport, is a 144-unit property that one day will be a 50/50 mix of units for veterans exiting homelessness and middle-income units."
The Denver Voice: Denver to Get 100 New Supportive Units for Homeless Veterans
"Kaiser Permanente and Community Solutions, a national homeless advocacy nonprofit, are teaming up to convert 100 apartments into supportive housing units for Denver’s homeless veterans. Overall, the two entities spent $19.8 million through a creative financing initiative to acquire the Avon North and Avon South apartments located at 2850 and 2880 S. Federal Blvd. in southeast Denver."
The Florida Times-Union: Jacksonville Apartment Complex Boosts Affordable Housing Options for Homeless Veterans
"A national nonprofit that helps cities address homelessness has purchased a Jacksonville apartment complex to provide permanent housing for homeless veterans."