Local non-Profit Samaritan Recovery Community, along with partners Holladay Ventures & Evergreen Real Estate, broke ground this morning on Shelby House. Located at the gateway of East Nashville, Phase 1 of the development will include 195 mixed-use affordable residences. Additionally, it will include a 71,000 SF recovery services center for the Non-Profit.
The groundbreaking was attended by members of “The Village” who helped to make this a reality. It included members from the Mayor’s Office, Metro Housing Authority, Tennessee Housing Development Agency, capital partners, as well as the development and design teams.
Shelby House will provide 132 beds for Samaritan Recovery Community’s rehabilitation services. They currently have 56 beds in use today. It will also include 484 new affordable apartments over two phases (195 of those units are in Phase 1). Below is a look at current construction progress. You can also check out the link at the bottom of this article for more on this development.
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