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Low- and moderate-income Wisconsinites face some of the Midwest’s highest energy burdens, the percentage of a person’s income spent on electricity. Those same people are also least likely to be able to access costly technologies that decrease energy use, but which offer significant savings over time. Projects like 1300 offer a silver bullet — a way to deploy renewable energy and decrease emissions in the climate crisis and at the same time cut costs for the most burdened.
Developers broke ground last Thursday for the Prairie Heights affordable housing project at the corner of Birch, Galloway, and River Prairie overlooking the Eau Claire River. The property includes sixty total units for households earning between 30% and 80% of the county median income. The building will be fully accessible and contain one, two, and three-bedroom apartments, each with a full kitchen, in-unit laundry, and spacious living areas.
Gerrard Corporation, a developer, contractor, construction, and real estate broker based in La Crosse, Wisconsin, has broken ground on New Richmond, Wisconsin Beebe Lofts. Beebe Lofts will feature solar-assisted green living for seniors. Beebe Lofts is also within blocks of groceries, a fitness center, downtown restaurants and more. With a variety of one and two bedroom units to choose from, the 3000 square feet of floor space is ready for lease.
Wisconsin boasts many natural treasures—wildlife, lakes, rivers, marshes, waterfalls, caves, billions of trees, rolling hills, and more than 1,700 miles of nature trails. To help support and sustain our environment, WHEDA works with its developer partners to foster green building. Green building is designed to create positive impacts in our environment, help preserve our natural resources, and improve our quality of life. Developers Gerrard Corporation…
Gerrard Corporation’s newest Rochester property, Metropolitan Market Place, was featured on Forbes’ website in a listing of innovative apartment buildings with built-in supermarkets. In addition to offering studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, Metropolitan Market Place
The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) has awarded low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC) to four developments selected in its first separate competitive funding round for “high impact” projects. WHEDA received 15 applications and picked four high impact