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Hope Townhouses, a new Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program Development, is open and ready for renters.

The townhomes, which sit along 2nd Avenue and Grant Street on Charleston’s West Side, feature both two- and three-bedroom units.

Each apartment is two stories with a large kitchen, living room and washer/dryer utility room on the first floor. In most units, both bedrooms and the bathroom are on the second floor, while some have a first-floor bathroom and bedroom.

Each unit also has Energy Star-rated appliances, high efficiency climate control and state-of-the art insulation.

“This is a vibrant, dynamic place and we are proud to be an integral part of the neighborhood’s growth,” said Erica Boggess, the Fund’s Executive Director. “These new units compliment a number of other developments we’ve helped finance on the West Side and we look forward to working with community leaders and developers to increase the supply of safe, affordable housing in the area and across the city.”

In addition to Hope Townhouses, the Fund has also helped finance Glenwood at Luna Park, Recovery Point Apartments, Patrick Street Townhomes, The Homes of Jarrett Terrace, The Homes of Orchard Manor, Littlepage Terrace and several other developments.

East End Development LP served as the developer on Hope Townhouses. The units were built by Dave Hobba Builder.