Could you afford an apartment in the new ‘Superman’ building?

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Rhode Island leaders are hailing the newly announced “Superman” building deal as a win for affordable housing, with one in five of the project’s planned apartments restricted by income. But whether those units are truly “affordable” could be in the eye of the beholder...

Katie West, Housing Opportunities Manager, Receives Senator Jack Reed Advocacy Award at the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless Annual Breakfast

Katie West, Housing Opportunities Manager, Receives Senator Jack Reed Advocacy Award at the Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless Annual Breakfast The Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless hosted its Annual Awards Breakfast Monday at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Three hundred people attended, including Attorney General Peter Neronha, Mayor of Warwick Joseph Solomon,

Housing Again Takes Health Care Center Stage

In yet another indication that where one lives has a profound influence on individual and collective health, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, the state’s largest insurer, is awarding a total of $200,000 to five housing-related organizations.

Multi-Sector Campaign Welcomes the Housing Network of Rhode Island As New State Partner

The Opportunity Starts at Home multi-sector affordable homes campaign is pleased to announce a new state partner, The Housing Network of Rhode Island (HNRI), has joined the campaign. HNRI was recently selected through the campaign’s “Endorsement Application,” which enables state-level organizations pursuing multi-sector efforts focused on housing policy to earn a formal endorsement from the national campaign.

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