Thank you, Ruth Flannery, for creating a fantastic welcome sign for EDEN's Winton on Lorain Permanent Supportive Housing building. The sign will be hung in the lobby to let everyone know all are welcomed at The Winton.
A huge thank you to Cleveland Print Room for designing and installing a photographic display of the Euclid Corridor then and now at our Greenbridge Commons Permanent Supportive Housing building. The display is already a conversation starter as tenants, staff, and visitors remember when (and discover what used to be on the Greenbridge site). For information on the Cleveland Print Room click here.
Salad days at Northridge Commons, EDEN's permanent supportive housing apartment for older men and women. Northridge staff and tenants planted and are tending to a gorgeous vegetable and flower garden complete with EDEN's first rain barrel for eco-friendly watering.
Design phase work has begun on Emerald Alliance VIII-Detroit, a Permanent Supportive Housing Project that will serve disabled, formerly homeless individuals.
Located on Cleveland's West Side, it will be a four story wood frame facility with living units on the first floor along with social service offices, a community room, conference rooms and kitchen. The upper floors will be all apartments. It will be approximately 45,000 square feet in total.
Greenbridge Commons, EDEN's newest Permanent Supportive Housing apartment building, was one of the select few low-income housing developments honored recently by Novogradac & Company LLP. Winners of the 2012 Developments of Distinction Awards were honored at a special presentation held during the Novogradac Tax Credit Developers Conference on January 10, 2013 in Miami. Greenbridge was honored for its contribution to the rebirth of a long-neglected stretch of Cleveland's Euclid Corridor.
Work has begun on EDEN's next Permanent Supportive Housing apartment building with the Housing First Initiaitve. Located in Cleveland's Buckeye neighborhood, it will become our eighth PSH building for men and women who have been chronically homeless. Occupancy is expexted in the fall of 2013.