Local nonprofit, Samaritan Recovery Community (SRC), has partnered with Holladay Ventures and Evergreen Real Estate to create Shelby House. The property is located at the corner of Shelby Avenue & South 4th Street.
Shelby House will include a mix of 484 affordable residences, including a 71,000 square-foot recovery services center for the nonprofit. Groundbreaking is anticipated this month.
SRC’s program graduates will have first-come, first-serve access to these units when possible. Shelby House is located where Samaritan Recovery Community has operated for more than 50 years in East Nashville. The non-profit mainly serves indigent, homeless, and unemployed individuals through substance abuse recovery services. Here’s a short video of the development.
Since 1964, Samaritan Recovery Community has created an environment that strives to preserve and promote the dignity of the persons served. Here’s the development rundown:
- What’s Now: Samaritan Recovery Community
- What’s Next: Mixed-use Development
- Owner: Samaritan Recovery Community (SRC)
- Developers: Holladay Ventures / Evergreen Real State
- Architects: Studio A / Manuel Zeitlin
- Deal Brokerage: Phil Ryan with Village Commercial
- 484 New Affordable Residences In Two Phases
- Phase 1 Reserved for Families Earning 20%- 80% AMI
- 132 Beds Rehabilitation Services
- 71,000SF Recovery Services Center
What’s Now & Next
“We have the unique opportunity to provide an improved housing path for individuals transitioning out of rehabilitation housing into affordable housing. “Shelby House will not only create a new facility for Samaritan RecoveryDeana Crossley, executive director of Samaritan Recovery Community.
Community but will allow us to double our existing capacity of individuals we serve.”
“SRC has been searching for the right development partner to execute our vision of building a new facility, while also creating an affordable housing…, Our partnership with Holladay and Evergreen for Shelby House furthers SRC’s mission to provide highest quality of care for people who are struggling with addictions, including chemical dependency and other co-occurring disorders, in the Nashville and Middle Tennessee area.”Todd Friedenberg, Chairman of Samaritan Recovery Board of Trustees.
“The goal of this collaboration is to help Samaritan Recovery Community provide quality treatment and recovery supportive services while guiding a pathway to permanently affordable housing in a modern facility. The need for high-quality, affordable housing has never been more urgent, and we are looking forward to seeing this project come to life.”Evan Holladay, founder and CEO of Holladay Ventures.
Although Phase 1 is expected to be completed by Fall 2023, the plan allows Samaritan Recovery Community to remain operational throughout the entire redevelopment.
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