Category: Renaissance Neighborhood Development Corporation

Glidden Professional Donates Paint for Housing Revitalization Project

Glidden Professional donated paint, brushes, and other materials for a housing revitalization project in Covington’s West 30’s neighborhood. The painting project took place on the weekend of October 8-9th.  Several staff members from Glidden were also on-site to assist volunteers with painting homes. Over the course of the weekend upwards of 100 volunteers from Glidden

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Volunteers of America, Glidden Professional, Home Works of America, and Bridge Church Team Up to Revitalize Covington’s West 30’s Neighborhood

Volunteers of America is teaming up with Glidden Professional, Home Works of America, and Bridge Church to paint approximately eight homes in the West 30’s neighborhood of Covington.  The event will take place on the 8th and 9th of October and serves as a part of a greater city wide revitalization project.  Volunteers will gather

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Tenants Begin to Move in to The Groves

Tenants get to start moving into The Groves at Mile Branch Creek this weekend in Covington, Louisiana’s West 30s neighborhood. The Groves provide 94 mixed-income rental apartments.  66 of the apartments are for occupants with low-incomes, adjusted for each tenant’s income level; while 28 of the apartments are being leased according to current market rates. 

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The Groves, a New Mixed-Income Housing Facility

The Groves, a new mixed-income housing facility in Covington, will consist of 94 rental housing units in a mix of one-, two-, and three- bedroom apartments. Groundbreaking will occur in the fall, with units available for lease beginning in the winter of 2011. 30 single-family homeownership opportunities will also be available. Rental housing units will

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Seniors Living in Style

The Terraces at Tulane is a newly constructed 200 Unit Senior Housing Development with a 3,000 square-foot community center and health clinic located at 3615 Tulane Avenue in New Orleans. It is managed by the Renaissance Neighborhood Development Corporation, a partnership between Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans and Volunteers of America’s national office to

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