The NRP Group and the City of Greenville to Celebrate VIP Ribbon Cutting of $10.9 Million Winslow Pointe

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The official VIP ribbon cutting ceremony of the $10.9 million Winslow Pointe project, which is currently in lease-up, is being held on Wednesday, March 20th at 10 a.m. at 901 Hooker Road in Greenville. Greenville Mayor Allen M. Thomas and other local leaders will be speaking.

What:     The official VIP ribbon cutting ceremony of the $10.9 million Winslow Pointe project, which is currently in lease-up.

Winslow Pointe will provide brand new 84 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment homes designed for Greenville’s low-income families.

The event is sponsored by partner RBC Capital Markets.

When:     Wednesday, March 20, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.

Who:     Confirmed speakers include:
•Mayor Allen M. Thomas, City of Greenville
•Merrill Flood, director of community development The City of Greenville
•Rose Glover, mayor pro-tem, The City of Greenville
•Steve Evans, community outreach specialist, North Carolina Housing Finance Agency
•Alan Scott, principal/co-founder, the NRP Group
•Mark Tipton, developer, the NRP Group

Where:    901 Hooker Rd., Greenville, NC 27834

Why:    Winslow Pointe provides an affordable, high-quality housing option for Greenville’s low- income families, while developing a once abandoned plot of land in the core of the City.

Details:    Developed, constructed and managed by the NRP Group, Winslow Pointe offers 84 new, affordable one, two and three-bedroom apartment homes with an array of features, such as window treatments, private patio or balcony, a fully-equipped kitchen with Energy Star appliances, walk-in closets, pantry, and washer/dryer connections. Community features include a clubhouse with community room, a fitness center and playground.

The homes have been completed utilizing the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program. (LIHTC), as well as funds from The City of Greenville, Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta, Bank of America and investor RBC Capital Markets.

“Providing quality affordable housing is a primary goal of The City of Greenville,” said Merrill Flood, community development director. “Also, the development of vacant sites within the core of the city is practice we pursue whenever possible. Therefore, Winslow Pointe, which is located on a once abandoned stretch of Hooker Road, is a win-win for our community."

“In order to accomplish our goals, we partner with like-minded private sector organizations like the NRP Group. By joining our community development experience, we are serving to revitalize the City of Greenville.”

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