To help find the right candidates, local groups are now working to educate communities that are in the most need for affordable housing options.
Here’s a recap of the Greenville City Council meeting on Feb. 8.
In Greenville’s case, given the unmet and new demand, the best method is to focus on large-scale multifamily developments with private-sector developers.
Greenville County will need to add 10,000 new affordable units and maintain 3,000 more over the next decade
The city of Greenville is mulling over new zoning rules that would allow developers to transform old, under-utilized motels into affordable housing.
Greenville-based nonprofit Homes of Hope is set to bring 270 affordable single-family homes to South Carolina, including 120 in Greenville County and 45 in Spartanburg. The new homes, some already…
Why is it so difficult for working class people to buy homes in Greenville?
The coming half-decade will be a crucial period for ensuring low- to moderate-income residents are not left behind as the county grows.
Don Oglesby: We cannot donate our way out of this problem. Our supporters have been investing in our work for years.
Despite a looming deadline, county and city leaders project a collaborative spirit in announcing $7 million in affordable housing
The Affordable Housing Fund from Greenville County is financing the construction of the homes.
South Carolina-based Douglas Development is focusing its efforts in a hot-topic area of redevelopment – affordable housing. After her graduate years at Clemson University, Holly Schaumber worked for a developer in Washington, D.C. There, she met her future husband, Drew, who owns Schaumber Development, and the two decided they wanted to focus on affordable housing […]
A 46-unit affordable housing community, located on Butler Road in Mauldin, was awarded low-income tax credits from Mercy Housing Southeast. Groundbreaking is expected for early second quarter 2020 and construction is expected to take 12-15 months. Championed by Bon Secours St. Francis Health System and with generous financial support for SC Housing and the Greenville […]
City of Greenville provided the land valued at $125,550.
Churches own more about 8.25 square miles of land in Greenville County. Could some of that land help address the county's affordable housing crisis? Some say yes.