Upstate Business Journal article — United Housing Connections to break ground on $9.9 million affordable housing development

The Upstate Business Journal has published an article about the kickoff of United Housing Connections‘ new $9.9 million affordable housing development called Church Street Place at Poe Mill in the Village of West Greenville.

“…Church Street Place will feature 36 studio apartments, including common kitchens and laundry areas on each floor, a community dining space downstairs, and office and meeting spaces. The development works to house adults experiencing chronic homelessness along with mental or physical disabilities. On-site services for residents will also be provided…”

Click here to read the entire article.

Rendering courtesy of LS3P

Previous Post
The Post and Courier article — Greenville County needs affordable housing. Developer tax breaks are on the table.
Next Post
Greenville News article — Greenville County Council passes affordable housing incentive, but some don’t like it