For 10 years, Community Solutions has worked to end homelessness. Here’s what we’ve learned.
Santa Fe partnered with Community Solutions to purchase a hotel to provide more than 120 people a safe place to live, while accelerating the city’s efforts to end homelessness in the process.
Centra Villa is a 132-unit affordable housing development funded using a housing model that leverages social impact capital to create permanent, supportive housing for veterans experiencing homelessness.
Swift Factory, a former gold leaf manufacturing center located at the heart North Hartford, has been transformed into a vibrant hub for entrepreneurship, training, learning and community engagement.
The first of its kind in Washington, D.C., this 124-unit, mixed-income residence was developed in partnership with McCormack Baron Salazar and Sorg Architects.
Created using an innovative social impact development model for veterans housing, Abrigo Apartments is located adjacent to the region’s new VA Medical Campus.
The Rosa F. Keller Building, the first supportive housing project in New Orleans, provides sixty energy-efficient units and onsite services for formerly homeless, disabled persons, and low-income workers.
The Greg Jackson Center for Brownsville, which promotes a preservation-based approach to creating a thriving community hub, combines employment and wellness resources, financial and entrepreneurship support, co-location space for nonprofits serving the community, and multipurpose arts and culture facilities extending to an adjoining courtyard.