Vacant assisted living facility to become affordable housing in Henrico

Posted on June 6, 2022

Construction started this week on a $23 million project, Cool Lane Commons, that will create 86 units of affordable housing in eastern Henrico County, Virginia Supportive Housing announced.

Henrico assisted living facility to become affordable housing, ‘Cool Lane Commons’

Posted on June 3, 2022

A vacant building in the East End that was once the site of an assisted living facility and nursing home will soon be mixed-income housing.

Formerly Seven Hills Healthcare Center, the 90 thousand square-foot building on the 1900 block of Cool Lane is set to become Cool Lane Commons, an 86-unit affordable housing complex with on-site supportive services.

Virginia Supportive Housing, who is overseeing the project, calls Cool Lane Commons their “most innovative permanent supportive housing community to date.”

Abandoned nursing home to become affordable housing community

Posted on June 3, 2022

The once Seven Hills Health Care Center in Richmond’s and Henrico’s East End will soon become an affordable housing community.

$23 million in funding will transform the abandoned building into Cool Lane Commons affordable housing community. It’s Virginia Supportive Housing’s first affordable housing project in Henrico County.

Happy holidays from VSH!: December 2021 Newsletter

Posted on February 10, 2022

In this newsletter, you’ll find an exciting announcement about our project on Cool Lane in Richmond, a Year in Review looking back on what we’ve accomplished in 2021, and Stories of Hope – presented in a way you might not have seen them before. We hope you enjoy!

Happy almost Labor Day!: September 2021 Newsletter

Posted on February 10, 2022

Summer is coming to a close, and at Virginia Supportive Housing we have begun looking forward to autumn. It’s typically a busy season for us and this year is no exception! In this edition of our newsletter, you’ll hear an update on our project at Cool Lane, learn about an exciting change to one of our Supportive Services programs, and read a Story of Hope. Please enjoy!

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