About the Funders’ Collective: The HouseATL Funders’ Collective is a collaborative of Public, Philanthropic, and Private (Banks, CDFIs, Social Impact) Funders who seek to raise new capital, and more efficiently coordinate existing resources, to support the production and preservation of affordable housing in Atlanta. The Funders’ Collective is convened by Enterprise Community Partners as one of the Working Groups of House ATL.
About the Pipeline Review Committee: The Pipeline Review Committee is a subset of the Funders’ Collective that meets regularly and reviews affordable housing development deals that have funding gaps to consider investments. The funders who participate consider making, and coordinating, investments from their own resources.
Have an affordable housing development with gap funding needs? Know of a preservation opportunity that needs resources so affordable homes are not lost? Contact the Pipeline Review Committee at email@example.com.
If interested in having your deal reviewed, please submit the following materials to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Sources and Uses
- Development Pro Forma
- Operating Pro Forma
- Renderings if available
- Narrative describing the project, partners, and impact, including affordability levels.
Enterprise Community Partners will respond to all submissions upon review. Please note that we cannot guarantee that all submissions will be presented to the Pipeline Review Committee. Please submit questions to email@example.com.
Affordable Housing Preservation Map and Toolkit
HouseATL has worked with Enterprise Community Partners and the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Neighborhood Nexus to develop this Atlanta affordable housing map and analysis, with a focus on preservation of affordable housing. This is a project stemming from the HouseATL recommendations, developed with a cohort of local and state public agencies including the City of Atlanta, Invest Atlanta, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., Atlanta Housing, GA Department of Community Affairs, GA Tech, and the Atlanta Regional Commission.
It is an interactive examination of subsidized affordable housing properties in Atlanta that are potentially at risk of losing their affordability due to subsidy expirations. As you open the tool, you will notice buttons at the top right that provide for different displays of the data. On the top left, you also have the opportunity to apply filters to narrow the data that you are viewing.
Please note that this is the first phase of this project, with future plans including additional metro-wide data, as well as additional functionalities. All data is presented as received by public agencies, as well as the National Housing Preservation Database, and is publicly available data.
Users of the HouseATL Database commit to not using the data to undermine goals of preserving affordable housing.
Please send feedback, questions, and any data inaccuracies noted to Sara Haas at firstname.lastname@example.org.