We are thrilled to be embarking on our fifth permanent housing project in collaboration with Peabody Properties and The Architectural Team. This is the second phase of Valley Brook Village, completed in 2013, and will add 50 affordable units to their New Jersey campus.
Tag: Veteran’s housing
We are truly honored, and humbled, to be breaking ground on our fifth veteran’s housing project. The new facility represents the second phase of Valley Brook Village, a permanent supportive housing community for homeless veteran’s in Lyons, NJ that Windover completed in partnership with Peabody Properties in 2013. Valley Brook Village II is a continuation
Windover Construction’s team hosted a cookout for residents at the 60 Pleasant Street Apartments, a permanent, supportive veteran’s housing facility in Beverly, MA this past Memorial Day weekend. A small gesture when compared to the contribution and sacrifices these vets have made for our country, the Memorial Day “Serving Those Who Served” cookout has become
Windover Construction recently announced the completion of our fourth housing project for homeless veterans in time for the holidays. With the opening of Howard House in Brockton, Mass., Windover has opened over 175 homes for our veterans. Howard House joins Valley Brook Village in Lyons, NJ, Pleasant Street Apartments in Beverly, Mass., and Bedford Green
On Veteran’s Day 2016, contributor Kim Slowey of Forbes magazine shared our story on our veteran’s supportive housing projects that are providing permanent homes for homeless veterans in her article “U.S. Veterans Get Their ‘Welcome Home’ At New Housing Developments”. Read the full article here. With the completion of Windover’s third Permanent Supportive Veteran’s Housing project,
Originally constructed in 1924, the Howard Home, is today being adaptively reused to provide permanent supportive housing for area veterans. Construction began this past December on Windover’s fourth veteran’s supportive housing project. The renovations of the historic structure will be done within the guidelines of the National Park Service.