Creekside Commons Funded

We have great news to share. The Montana Board of Housing met this past Monday and approved an award of tax credits for Creekside Commons in Kalispell. Creekside Commons is a senior property (55+) and is very much needed in the community. Creekside will have 36 units twelve of which will be 2 bedrooms and twenty-four of which will be …

Pioneer Village Funded

This post is slightly delayed, but we did want to share the good news that Pioneer Village in Cody, Wyoming received an award of tax credits from the Wyoming Community Development Authority on July 29, 2020. Pioneer Village will be 24 three and two bed homes located off of Pioneer Avenue near the Cedar Mountain Apartments. It will be one …

Skyview Zone Change Complete

Last night, Missoula City Council voted to support the zone change required to bring 36 new affordable senior homes to Missoula! After Skyview received funding from the Montana Board of Housing on October 28, its one final hurdle to viability was this zone change. With this milestone met, we will move into design and due diligence with an estimated construction …

Skyview Funded

We received great news from Helena on Monday. The Montana Board of Housing selected Skyview as one of six projects to fund from all around the state. Other projects were funded in Bozeman, Absarokee, Helena, Stevensville, and Dillon. Located in Missoula at roughly 2320 South 9th Street West, Skyview will bring 36 new senior homes to the Garden City and …

Park Meadows Application Submitted

We have more good news! As of August 2 we submitted an application for housing tax credits to Idaho Housing and Finance Association for a 59 unit senior project in Pocatello. This is our first foray into Idaho and we were amazed at the need for new senior homes in the area. We are thankful to our partner, NeighborWorks Pocatello, …