The Renaissance HOPE VI
There is a Renaissance underway on the West Boulevard Corridor, and the Charlotte Housing Authority (CHA) is excited to be part of it. In 2010, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded CHA $20.9 million to revitalize Boulevard Homes, located at the intersection of West Boulevard and Billy Graham Parkway.
The Lofts at Seigle Point
The property is located adjacent to Uptown at the intersection of Seigle Ave. and 10th Street in Charlotte, NC.
Edwin Towers Renovation
Staff is requesting approval to use $625,000 of its existing funding in the Edwin Towers Capital Renovation Project to fund predevelopment costs for the following activities:
• Additional design work by the architect
• Basic LEED certified
• Bed bug treatment
• Hall House unit preps
• Relocation of residents
• Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) survey
• Legal notice for project bidding
Strawn Master Plan
The site consists of 16.67 acres off of South Blvd. in the the Dilworth community. It contains three basic land uses: a 190-unit multifamily tower that houses seniors, 121 cottage units that contain housing for both able-bodied seniors and seniors with disabilities, and the offices for the Charlotte Housing Authority. This corridor is experiencing huge growth and revitalization because of its proximity to downtown Charlotte and the recently opened light-rail line.