Hope Court, Greensboro
Developed by Affordable Housing Management, Inc. with support from the City of Greensboro, Hope Court offers permanent supportive housing for formerly homeless individuals, persons with disabilities and working families. The 16-unit community reserves six apartments for persons with disabilities or those who are formerly homeless.
Apartments range from one to three bedrooms and are affordable to renters making 50 percent or less of the area median income. All apartments are Energy Star certified and feature ceiling fans, natural lighting, patios or balconies, blinds and exterior storage space. Outdoor amenities include a picnic area with grills, a playground, sitting areas and a bicycle rack.
Hope Court is conveniently located near the Koury Convention Center and within walking distance of shopping, restaurants, employment opportunities and public transportation.
Financing for Hope Court was made through loans from the NC Housing Trust Fund and the City of Greensboro. The developer secured several grants and invested its own funds to ensure that Hope Court can keep rents low and still provide many amenities for residents.
Pictured from left to right: Debbie Osborne (AHM Finance Director), Megan R. Cohan (AHM Board), Jacqueline Vann (AHM Operations Manager), David Levy (AHM Executive Director), Sherry Beeson (Asst. to the Executive Director), Chester H. Brown, III (AHM Board), and Sylvester Taylor (AHM Board).