UnitedHealthcare Invests $16.9M in Affordable Housing Projects in Michigan

by Christina Cannon

YPSILANTI AND HOLT, MICH. — UnitedHealthcare has invested $16.9 million in two new affordable multifamily projects in Michigan. The $17.2 million New Parkridge will offer 86 affordable apartment units, as well as on-site support services to help improve residents’ access to healthcare, education, job training and childcare. UnitedHealthcare is investing $8 million in the project, which is located in Ypsilanti, approximately 10 miles southeast of Ann Arbor. Ypsilanti Housing Commission and Chesapeake Community Advisors are the project developers. UnitedHealthcare is also investing $8.9 million in Prestwick Village, a 66-unit affordable housing project with support services in Holt, approximately 10 miles south of Lansing. Construction is currently underway on the $10.7 million project, which is slated to be complete by the end of the year. T.R. Hovey Construction LLC is the general contractor for Prestwick Village, and Gryphon Group is the developer.

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