The first veteran tenants move into Abrigo Apartments, where we are preserving affordable housing and enabling homeless veterans to get back on their feet. Community Solutions bought this apartment building in record time, thanks to social impact capital raised from local investors seeking to improve their community while preserving their capital.
United for Brownsville launches, linking together parents, service providers and community institutions to advance early childhood development in Brownsville, Brooklyn. The group is an initiative of Community Solutions and the Brownsville Partnership in collaboration with SCO Family of Services.
Construction begins at the Swift Factory in North Hartford, CT, a $33 million project to transform an abandoned factory into a food business hub. The redevelopment will bring more than 150 long-term jobs to the North Hartford Promise Zone.
Built for Zero holds its first national conference, where a long-term partnership with Quicken Loans is announced to work together to end veteran homelessness in communities across the country. Together we debut four videos that highlight the stunning progress of Built for Zero communities.
Community Solutions and our partners are selected to create a transformational mixed-use project on long-vacant sites along Livonia Avenue in Brownsville. The Livonia 4 project will include more than 420 units of affordable housing.
Community Solutions celebrates the groundbreaking of the Swift Factory with the community and featured speakers Senator Richard Blumenthal, Representative John Larson, Mayor Luke Bronin, and Northeast Neighborhood Revitalization Zone Chairwoman Darlene Robertson-Childs.
Built for Zero communities gather for their fall Learning Session in Detroit and cheer on 11 communities in the “last mile” of ending veteran or chronic homelessness.
The Brownsville Partnership hosts its sixth annual HOPE Summit, bringing together residents and organizations to advance community-led development and celebrate Brownsville.
The Wall Street Journal features Rockford, IL, a Built for Zero community that’s ended both veteran and chronic homelessness— and now has set its sights on ending all homelessness.