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Southview Apartments, Marion

Southview Apartments, Marion

Residents of Southview Apartments, Smyth County community leaders, elected officials and representatives from the Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA) and affordable housing developer LHP Capital cut the ribbon marking the official completion of the $4 million renovation of the 72-unit property which provides homes for low-income families. 

Ribbon cutters at the Nov. 9 event are (left to right): Michelle Jenkins, district director, U.S. Rep.  Morgan Griffith’s office; Hope Coleman Rutter, senior tax credit allocation officer, VHDA; Mike Rodgers, senior vice president, LHP Development; Helen Quillen and Barbara Gross, residents; Scott Simpson, assistant county administrator, Smyth County; Shane Clem, regional director, U.S. Sen. Mark Warner’s office; Rob Rotach, vice president, Walker & Dunlop; and Alvin Nance, CEO, LHP Development and Management.


Artisan Hill, Richmond

Artisan Hill

VHDA is proud to provide financing for a revitalization initiative in Richmond's East End.  Artisan Hill will be a mixed-income community developed by Margaret Freund of Fulton Hill Properties.

The Banks at Berkley, Norfolk

Banks at Berkley

The Banks at Berkley is an innovative community of affordable housing developed by The Woda Group, Inc. VHDA awarded federal Housing Credits to help support this development. We recently joined with Woda, local leaders and other partners to celebrate the grand opening of this new community in Hampton Roads. VHDA is proud to see this project move from concept to reality.

Photos courtesy of City of Norfolk photographer, Andrew Cooper.

Brennan Pointe, Newport News

Brennan Pointe

Brennan Pointe is a new, affordable apartment complex in Newport News. In addition to the modern, energy-efficient two- and three- bedroom units, the development offers many lifestyle amenities such as a community room and outdoor play area.
VHDA awarded $7.4 million in Housing Credits to this development by The Woda Group, Inc.

Photo courtesy of the City of Newport News.
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