Greenville News article — $9.9 million facility for people experiencing homelessness in Greenville breaks ground

The Greenville News has published an article about a new 36-unit affordable residential facility being developed by United Housing Connections.

“Everyone needs an address.

That’s what Greenville County Redevelopment Authority board chair Walter Moragne said Tuesday at the groundbreaking ceremony for a residential facility that will provide an address for some in the community who need it most.

That new facility will be the Church Street Place at Poe Mill, a 36-unit development for people experiencing homelessness who have a mental health or physical disability…”

Click here to read the entire article.

Photo copyright: The Greenville News (McKenzie Lange/Staff)

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