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

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.”

Read full article via ABC8

Abandoned nursing home to become affordable housing community

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.

Read full article via NBC12

Leading Virginia Affordable Housing Nonprofits Agree to Merge

December 16, 2021

On December 16, 2021, Better Housing Coalition and Virginia Supportive Housing announced they will be merging to to serve clients across the housing spectrum.

Read full article via VSH

Phase One progresses at Premier Circle

November 5, 2021

Phase One of the redevelopment project at Premier Circle in Albemarle County into housing for the homeless is ongoing. Phase One included the purchase of the Red Carpet Inn and the continuing renovation of the motel rooms into rooms of emergency shelter for homeless individuals by PACEM and TJACH. Read the article for updates on how the project has been progressing!

Read full article via C-VILLE Weekly

In-depth look at redevelopment project at Charlottesville’s Premier Circle

April 20, 2021

Charlottesville Tomorrow takes an in-depth look at the long-term redevelopment project of the Red Carpet Inn at Premier Circle in Charlottesville into permanent supportive housing.

Read full article via Charlottesville Tomorrow
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