First local permanent housing complex for homeless veterans to be built

11/13/2012

November 8, 2012 By: Ann Keil Several dozen homeless veterans in Indianapolis will soon have a place to call home thanks to a public-private partnership. They broke ground on a 75-unit permanent supportive housing complex in Haughville, which is the first of its kind in Indianapolis. “While there are a number of providers of transitional […]

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Project to give vets a place to call home

11/09/2012

Indianapolis Star 11/09/2012 By Jon Murray Robert Russell Jr. stood back Thursday as government and business leaders called for several rounds of applause to honor military veterans’ service before taking shovels to the ground. But unlike the city’s Veterans Day parade, which steps off Saturday, the groundbreaking wasn’t intended merely to make veterans feel at […]

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$12M apartment project serving homeless veterans planned for former foundry

11/08/2012

November 8, 2012 Indianapolis – City and local not-for-profit officials plan to break ground Thursday (Nov. 8) on the city’s first supportive housing facility for homeless veterans. The 75-unit Lincoln Apartments project is planned for the former home of an iron works foundry along Holmes Avenue just north of West Michigan Street on the near […]

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