Enterprise Rose Fellow, Design Institute Applications, Collaborative Action Grants, NAYA Generations Grand Opening
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Yes in My Backyard: Roosevelt Neighborhood Association
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Public hearings about new housing are often contentious and fraught with concern. But meetings hosted by Roosevelt Neighborhood Association (RNA) bring together residents to shape change that reflects Seattle’s aspirational values of inclusivity. A Section 4 grant from Enterprise supports RNA's planning for an equitable transit-oriented development in this North Seattle community.

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Enterprise Rose Fellow Joins CASA of Oregon

Michelle Stadelman was recently named to the 2017-2019 class of the Enterprise Rose Architectural Fellowship. The architectural designer will spend the next three years with host Community And Shelter Assistance Corporation (CASA) in Sherwood, Oregon.

Apply for Affordable Housing Design Institute 

Enterprise is seeking developers to participant in our Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute on July 17-19 in Boston. The institute provides an opportunity for seven developers to bring a project in the pre-development phase for a design review. There is no cost to participate, but selected developers pay travel and accommodations. Applications due April 21.

Collaborative Action Grants 
 
Applications are open for Enterprise’s Collaborative Action Grants that provide organizations with $5,000 to build community agency, engage local voices and connect to long-term community goals. There are two rounds of grants this year. Round one applications are due April 21, and round two on June 9. 

GoGreen Talks Equitable TOD

Enterprise's M.A. Leonard leads a panel on Building Vibrant Sustainable Communities For All: Equitable Transit Oriented Development at the recent GoGreen Conference in Seattle. Speakers were, from left, Claudia Balducci, King County councilmember and Sound Transit board member; Will Hall, city of Shoreline councilmember; Rob Johnson, city of Seattle councilmember and Sound Transit board member; Grace Kim, Schemata Workshop; Jake McKinstry, Spectrum Development Solutions; and M.A. Leonard, Enterprise VP and Pacific Northwest market leader.

NAYA's Generations Celebrates Grand Opening in Portland

We recently celebrated the grand opening of NAYA Generations in Portland, Ore., a multi-generational community developed by Native American Youth and Family Center and Guardian Real Estate Services. Enterprise was proud to provide $8.7 million of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit equity to the development of 40 affordable homes for seniors and families.

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