HOME Project Profiles

For over 20 years, the HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) has provided formula grants to states and localities that communities use to fund a wide range of activities including constructing, acquiring, and/or rehabilitating affordable housing for rent or homeownership or providing direct rental assistance to low-income households. HUD is showcasing exemplary projects or programs for each of these HOME activity types: rental, homebuyer, homeowner rehabilitation, and tenant-based rental assistance. These projects or programs are innovative and/or replicable, and highlight the best of what partnerships between federal, state, local governments and communities can achieve with HOME funds.

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Project Profiles


Ptarmigan Heights

Alaska Housing Finance Corporation

Ptarmigan Heights is a six-unit rental development for mixed-income seniors located in the rural community of Delta Junction, AK. The garden style facility features solar energy, units equipped for sensory and mobility impairments, and service enriched housing for seniors with disabilities.

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Exterior of Ptarmigan Heights

Homeward Bound TBRA

Asheville Regional HOME Consortium

The Homeward Bound HOME Tenant-Based Rental Assistance (TBRA) program partners with private landlords to create housing opportunities for chronically homeless people in the Asheville, NC community.

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Resident of Homeward Bound

French Block

Vermont Housing & Conservation Board

The Vermont Housing & Conservation Board supported the rehabilitation of the French Block apartments that had been vacant since 1937 in Montpelier, VT.

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Exterior of the French Block