Multi-Family Projects

Piedmont Housing Alliance is a not-for-profit housing developer and certified Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO). We preserve and create new high-quality affordable rental housing, and often provide accompanying property management and maintenance services.

As a multi-family developer using federal tax credits, we preserve or create apartment complexes dedicated to serving low-income households. For some of these complexes, Piedmont Housing also provides ongoing Property Management Services.

Woods Edge Senior Living

Under New Management

Woods Edge Senior Living, located in Albemarle County off of Rio Road, is comprised of 97 one and two bedroom units managed by Alliance Management since 2017.

Panyha Brown. Property Manager
434-975-9090
pbrown@piedmonthousing.org
Woods Edge Brochure

Photo of Scottsville School Apartment building

Scottsville School Apartments

The Scottsville School Apartments project renovated an historic school property into 34 homes for elderly residents in Scottsville. The project was funded through the Historic Rehab Tax Credit and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit programs, and received weatherization funding through the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act. The project was completed in November 2012, with a dedication held on Dec. 6, 2012.  The project was named the 2014 “Multifamily Renovation Project of the Year” by EarthCraft Virginia

Ophelia Kier, Property Manager
434-422-4842
okier@piedmonthousing.org

Crozet Meadows - Stephanie Gross 434.962.2019

Crozet Meadows and The Meadowlands Apartments

Providing homes for 66 elderly residents, Crozet Meadows comprises fourplex and duplex buildings on a beautiful 27 acre site in Crozet.  Completed in the summer of 2010, the Crozet Meadows Apartments were financed through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program, along with over a dozen other sources of financing. The homes were built to EarthCraft green building standards and to Universal Design standards of accessibility.

The Meadowlands Apartments is 30-unit building that provides affordable housing for seniors and is home to 31 people whose rent payments are affordable for their fixed incomes. The Meadowlands Apartments underwent an extensive renovation of the property which began in the summer of 2015 and was completed March of 2016.

Jacqueline Sill, Property Manager
434-422-4844
jsill@piedmonthousing.org

Monticello Vista- square image 2011

Monticello Vista Apartments

Monticello Vista Apartments, located in the Belmont neighborhood of Charlottesville, was originally a shirt factory that was converted to affordable housing. The 50 unit apartment complex, renovated in December of 2009, was financed through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program.

Ophelia Kier, Property Manager
434-422-4867
okier@piedmonthousing.org

PHA Cynthianna Avenue Duplex Rose Hill Neighborhood

Cynthianna Avenue

Cynthianna Avenue is a small property with 6 units offering affordable one and two bedroom apartments in the Rose Hill neighborhood of Charlottesville.

Ophelia Kier, Property Manager
434-422-4867
okier@piedmonthousing.org

PHA Virnita Court Apartments Rose Hill Neighborhood

Virnita Court Apartments

Virnita Court Apartments, located in the Rose Hill neighborhood of Charlottesville, provides 16 with one and two bedroom apartments.

Ophelia Kier, Property Manager
434-422-4867
okier@piedmonthousing.org

PHA Timberlake Place Apartments Charlottesville VA

Timberlake Place Apartments

Timberlake Place Apartments, located in the Woolen Mills neighborhood of Charlottesville, is comprised of 26 one and two bedroom units for seniors 55 and older or people with disabilities. Piedmont Housing Alliance began managing Timberlake Place Apartments in 2016 in a partnership with JABA (Jefferson Area Board for Aging).

Regina Luck, Property Manager
434-973-2027
rluck@piedmonthousing.org

PHA Ryan School Shipman Property Management

Ryan School Apartments

Ryan School Apartments, located in Shipman, VA, provides 31 one and two bedroom apartments or efficiencies for seniors 55 and older or people with disabilities. Piedmont Housing Alliance began managing Ryan School Apartments in 2016 in a partnership with JABA (Jefferson Area Board for Aging).

Regina Luck, Property Manager
434-263-5819
rluck@piedmonthousing.org

2012 June Father's Day Event UNK (1)

Friendship Court Apartments

Friendship Court Apartments is a community of 150 apartments on 11.75 acres in the heart of Charlottesville’s downtown and in the middle of the City’s Strategic Investment Area (SIA). Formerly known as Garrett Square, the property was built in 1978 with project-based Section 8 assistance. In 2002, Piedmont Housing Alliance and National Housing Trust/Enterprise Preservation Corporation (NHT/E) partnered to acquire and renovate the property, preserving this important community of affordable housing then at risk of conversion to market rate housing. Since then, Piedmont Housing has been a minority partner in the ownership of the property, coordinating services for the 150 families and the 266 children who reside there. In 2018, Piedmont Housing and National Housing Trust are planning for a transformational mixed-income redevelopment, a unique opportunity to work with residents, neighbors, stakeholders, and the City to create an inclusive, vibrant vision for the future of Friendship Court.

Read more about Friendship Court.

Claudette Grant, Community Organizer
434-422-4846
cgrant@piedmonthousing.org

Friendship Court is managed by Edgewood Management
Edgewood Management: 434-295-8005