We are thankful to all that have helped and continue to support our efforts to preserve and develop quality affordable housing options for individuals and families while providing access to resources that enhance the quality of life of those we serve:
American Heart Association | American Red Cross | Baptist Community Ministries | Black Men of Labor | Blue Moon Fund |Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of New Orleans | The Catholic Foundation | Capital One Bank, N.A. | Christopher Homes |City of New Orleans | Covenant House | Colmex Construction | Edward Wisner Foundation | Ella West Freeman Foundation | Ernst & Young | FitLot | Friends of Lafitte Greenway | Gibbs Construction | Gifts in Kind |Goldman Sachs | Greater New Orleans Foundation | Healthy Blue | Housing Authority of New Orleans | IberiaBank |Immanuel Community Church | JP Morgan Chase Foundation | Junior League of New Orleans |La Societe Des Dames Hospitalieres Donor Advised Fund |Latter + Blum | Louisiana Association of Affordable Housing Providers | Louisiana Housing Corporation | Louisiana Housing Finance Agency | Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation | McCormack Baron Management |MetroStudio | Milton J. Womack Inc. | New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation | New Orleans Redevelopment Authority | RosaMary Foundation | Second Harvest Food Bank | Sisters of the Holy Family |Total Community Action – Head Start | Tulane School of Architecture and URBAN Build Program | Training Grounds | Urban Conservancy – BASIN | UJAMAA Community Development Corporation | Urban Strategies, Inc. | U.S. Department of Housing, Urban, and Development | Young Audiences Louisiana
We are grateful for our partners at NeighborWorks America. For more than 35 years, NeighborWorks America has created opportunities for people to improve their lives and strengthen their communities by providing access to homeownership and to safe and affordable rental housing. NeighborWorks America is the nation’s leading trainer of community development and affordable housing professionals. For their latest impact numbers: http://www.neighborworks.org/Our-Impact/Annual-Infographics
Providence and Enterprise Community Partners are co-developers, with L+M Development, of the redeveloped Faubourg Lafitte Community. Enterprise develops and supports innovative models that give people with limited incomes the tools and opportunities to become self-sufficient. For years, they have also helped policymakers develop solutions to housing and economic development challenges facing our nation. Enterprise focuses on three catalysts for systemic change: impact capital, innovative solutions on the ground, and transformative public policy.
Providence and Columbia Residential partnered on the newly opened Sacred Heart at St. Bernard property. Sacred Heart at St. Bernard is a 53-unit mixed-use community of multi-family rental and retail space at the former Sacred Heart Church on St Bernard Avenue in the Seventh Ward of New Orleans. Columbia Residential is an integrated real estate development and management company, comprising master planning, development, project management, construction management, and property management disciplines.
Providence has partnered with Artspace on their redevelopment of Bell School into Bell Artspace Campus. Artspace’s mission is to create, foster, and preserve affordable and sustainable space for artists and arts organizations. They are America’s leader in arts-driven community transformation. With headquarters in Minneapolis and offices in Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, Seattle and Washington DC, Artspace runs a network of 51 affordable arts facilities in 22 states (plus more in the development pipeline). Their facilities provide more than 1,500 affordable live/work units for artists and their families, and our consulting department provides solutions to arts-related space needs to communities and creative organizations across the country. This work, plus a million square feet of non-residential space for artists, arts organizations, and creative enterprises represents a $650 million investment in America’s arts infrastructure.
Providence and Enterprise work with L+M Development Partners, Inc. on the redevelopment of Faubourg Lafitte. Since 1984, L+M has been an innovator in developing quality affordable, mixed-income and market rate housing, while improving the neighborhoods in which it works. A full-service firm, L+M works from conception to completion, handling development, investment, construction, and management with creativity that leads the industry.