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Supportive Housing Development Launched in Florida

Miami-based Carrfour Supportive Housing broke ground on The Dr. Alice Moore Apartments in West Palm Beach. The $17.5 million project is being developed in partnership with Jerome Golden Center for Behavioral Health.

The mid-rise, four-story project consists of 36 supportive housing units for residents impacted by mental illness and residential instability. It is located at 335 27th St. in the Northwoods Shore neighborhood. Units range in size from studios to one-bedrooms, and the property will offer amenities including an outdoor community green space, library/business center, a gym, lobby and reception area, and ample community meeting space.

All of the units will provide residents earning at or below 60% of HUD’s area median income (AMI), with individualized and comprehensive services within a supportive community that promote residential stability, self-determination, wellness and independence. Of the community’s 36 units, 26 will be designated for adults living with severe mental illness who require supportive services to live independently.

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