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

April 14th, 2022|

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…

PRESS RELEASE: NON-PROFIT HOUSING DEVELOPERS CAN PRODUCE OVER 1900 AFFORDABLE HOMES IN NEXT THREE YEARS

March 16th, 2022|

PROVIDENCE, RI – According to a survey of Rhode Island non-profit housing developers, over 1,900 affordable homes could be developed within the next three years in 18 communities if the necessary resources are allocated. The Housing Network of Rhode Island (HNRI) recently surveyed its 17 member organizations to forecast their affordable home development plans through 2026. HNRI is the state association of non-profit affordable housing developers and exists to support the work of its members, and to promote public awareness and policies that address Rhode Island’s housing and community economic needs. HNRI members have developed thousands of affordable homes and initiated numerous community revitalization efforts across our State.

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

July 5th, 2021|

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, Mayor of Providence Jorge Elorza, members of the General Assembly and Providence City Council, service providers, activists, and community members. NBC 10 News anchor, Barbara Morse Silva, served as MC.

Homes RI Announces Legislative Agenda at State House Event

January 29th, 2020|

HomesRI, a “cross-sector coalition of organizations working together to increase and preserve the supply of safe, healthy and affordable homes throughout Rhode Island,” held an event at the State House on Tuesday to announce their 2020 legislative agenda. The State Room was filled to overflowing with supporters.

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