Project Type: Neighborhood Revitalization

Cobb County, GA: Community Transformation Plan for the Marietta, GA Housing Authority

The Marietta Housing Authority is an active developer with a track record of many outstanding Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects. However, when the state added a new Community Transformation Plan component to the LIHTC requirements in 2017, the Marietta Housing Authority turned to Mosaic to pioneer the development of this new planning process. …

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Atlanta, GA: Community Engagement for Arden Avenue LIHTC Application

Prestwick Companies, an Atlanta-based multifamily developer, has a strong record of success developing affordable rental housing under the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. The highly competitive LIHTC program is administered in Georgia by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs and receives nearly 100 applications for financing each year from projects across the state. …

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Albany, GA: HUD Community Development Planning

The City of Albany, Georgia contracted Mosaic to prepare its Five-Year Consolidated Plan, Annual Action Plan, and Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice in 2015 and again in 2020. Additionally, Mosaic has assisted the City with other planning and community development projects, including development of Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (NRSA) plans and environmental review …

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Warner Robins, GA: Blight Analysis

In Warner Robins, the residents and City Council members all knew the City had a problem with blight and they were tired of talking about it – they wanted to get something done. Mosaic’s Blight Study and Reduction Plan surveyed conditions in target neighborhoods to set a baseline against which future improvements can be measured. …

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