Renaisssance

Renaissance Village

Description

Renaissance Village lives up to its name. Once a boarded and abandoned place known as Brandywine Court Apartments, this affordable housing development is now a thriving community asset where formerly homeless and individuals and families at risk of homelessness can peacefully live their lives. Voluntary, individualized support services are available to all residents to help them regain and maintain their ability to positively contribute to the community they call home.

DEVELOPMENT COST

$6.4 million

SITE

2.27 acres
52 units
2 residential buildings Clubhouse
On-site laundry facilities

ARCHITECT

Ebert Norman Brady Architects

CONTRACTOR

ACON Construction Co., Inc

FINANCING
  • City of Jacksonville Neighborhood Stabilization Program Loan
  • Local Initiatives Support Corporation