News

2019

 
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is investing in Homes of Hope Inc. to renovate an existing building in North Charleston, South Carolina. Image credit: The Post and Courier

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is investing in Homes of Hope Inc. to renovate an existing building in North Charleston, South Carolina. Image credit: The Post and Courier

 

05/08/2019 - Business Incubator and Workforce Training Facility in North Charleston, SC - South Carolina nonprofit organization, Homes of Hope, Inc, is receiving a $2.72 million federal grant to create and open a business incubator and training center in North Charleston, South Carolina. Civitas performed the feasibility study for the project and coordinated with Homes of Hope, Inc to develop the successful grant application. Civitas will also be involved in the operations and compliance for the project . (Link)

2018

Carver Grove Apartments opened in October to provide housing for disabled veterans. Image Credit: WPDE ABC 15

Carver Grove Apartments opened in October to provide housing for disabled veterans.
Image Credit: WPDE ABC 15

10/18/2018 - New Apartments Designed for Disabled Veterans Opens - The Myrtle Beach Housing Authority, clients of Civitas, held a ribbon cutting ceremony in October 2018 for Carver Grove Apartments, a new complex designed specifically for disabled and homeless veterans. The complex includes eight one-bedroom units include first-floor units that are fully mobility accessible and second-floor units that include sensory adaptations for veterans with sight or hearing impairments. As a veteran-owned firm, Civitas has a special interest in expanding care for the men and women who have served in the military. We are proud to work towards ending veteran homelessness. (Link)

Ribbon cutting for two new affordable rental properties attended by leaders and residents Image Credit: WSPA CBS 7

Ribbon cutting for two new affordable rental properties attended by leaders and residents
Image Credit: WSPA CBS 7

10/24/2018 - Affordable Rental Units Open in Greenville - Long-time clients of Civitas, Genesis Homes has recently opened up two new affordable rental homes in Greenville, South Carolina. Like many communities, Greenville is struggling to provide adequate housing for many LMI households. Genesis Homes works to fill this gap and Civitas assisted in getting funding for this project. Civitas assisted Genesis Homes with financial reconciliation and grant applications for these much needed rental properties. (Link)