Affordable Housing Projects


Stratham Place  exterior

Stratham Place

At Stratham Place, 88 families earning between 30-80% AMI found an affordable home on the north side of the city.

Joshuas Way exterior view

Joshua's Way

The Joshua's Way development, located in the Sterling neighborhood, included  a combination of rental units for low-income seniors and single-family homes built by Habitat for Humanity, targeting families earning 30-80% of Area Median Income (AMI).

The Preserve at Logan Park  exterior

The Preserve

The Preserve at Logan Park is a multi-family complex with 193 affordable units.

Sumlar Hall exterior view

Sumlar Hall

Targeting workforce housing, this development created 31 homes for families earning 120% of Area Median Income (AMI).

Home of Hope  exterior


This affordable infill project created nine total units for income earners at 30-80& AMI.

McClaren  exterior


The McClaren apartment complex includes 47 affordable units, targeting residents between 60-80% AMI.

Renaissance Place  exterior

Renaissance Place

A total of 57 seniors found an affordable home at Renaissance Place senior housing complex.

Parkins Ridge  exterior

Parkins Ridge

A total of 53 affordable units were created as part of the Parkins Ridge project.


Cowan Court

Two single family units located in Nicholtown targeting residents between 30%-80% AMI. Rent will be $700/month.


Project# UnitsAMI*
City Contribution
Joshua's Way1430-80%
Stratham Place8830-80%
Preserve at Logan Park19330-60%
Colorado Street160%
Sumlar Hall22120%
Bigby Street160%
Homes of Hope Infill930-80%
Parkside at Gower850-80%
Washington Pointe730-80%
Pleasant Valley250-80%
Renaissance Place5730-60%
Parkins Ridge52n/a
Cowan Court230-80%
Donation of two land parcels and
$225,000 in HOME funding

*AMI is an abbreviation for "area median income," meaning the midpoint of a region's income distribution. View a chart of 2022 AMI rates per household size.


Rendering showing addition to Greenville Summit

Greenville Summit

An eight-story addition adjacent to the historic Greenville Summit. Construction is expected to begin in September of 2024, with 50 units available in 2025.
The project, from Summit owners JE Properties, will be built on the existing site, in the parking lot adjacent to 201 W. Washington Street. The buildings will be connected via a new single-story hallway and courtyard.


Century Plaza Apartments

In January 2023, the Greenville Housing Fund (GHF) announced its purchase of Century Plaza Apartments, formerly known as The Ivy, a 212-unit complex on Century Drive in the Overbrook neighborhood.

Rendering of Southernside Senior Housing at Unity Park

Southernside Senior Housing

A total of 93 units for seniors will anchor the property behind Lila Mae Brock Plaza near Unity Park.

Rendering of The Delano at Unity Park

The Delano

Using developer incentives provided via the Unity Park Character Code, the Delano multi-family development will include 25 affordable units for people with an 80% AMI.

Rendering of the Riley at Overbrook

The Riley at Overbrook

A total of 88 affordable units will be part of the Riley, located in the Overbrook community and visible from Highway 385.

Rendering of Washington Senior Housing at Unity Park

Washington Senior Living

A senior development of 54 units will be located on West Washington Street and provide 100% low-income housing near Unity Park.


Project# UnitsAMI*
City/Greenville Housing Fund Contribution
Century Plaza21230-80%$5 million
Legacy Oaks II9050-60%
The Delano2580%
Incentives from Unity Park character code
Southernside Senior I&II
$6 million
Nassau & Meadow4570-80%
Lighthouse at Unity Park25250-100%
$6 million
Water Tower Crossing11 60-80%
$1 million
Shemwood Crossing20030%
Oscar Apartments5250-100%

Riley at Overbrook8820-60%$720,000
Gateway at the Green7220-60%$576,000
Church Street Place3630%$300,000
Cowan Court

*AMI is an abbreviation for "area median income," meaning the midpoint of a region's income distribution. View a chart of 2022 AMI rates per household size.