Project Development

10th and Page photo of homes

At the corner of 10th & Page Streets, Charlottesville

Piedmont Housing Alliance is a developer because our region needs additional affordable housing options.

For our development activity, we are certified by the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development as a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO).  This makes us eligible for certain federal and state funds, and brings tax dollars back to work in our community.

As a CHDO, Piedmont Housing has been involved in affordable housing development in the Charlottesville-Albemarle area.  These include preservation and/or creation of apartment complexes dedicated to serving families, the elderly and disabled persons, as well as revitalization of neighborhoods, including 10th and Page and Fifeville, through scattered-site development.

Photo of Scottsville School Apartment building

Scottsville School Apartments, completed in 2012

In partnership with local non-profit and for-profit developers and builders, Piedmont Housing has built more than 64 single family homes.  We also have participated in the development or rehabilitation of 395 rental homes in our multi-family projects, and offer ongoing property management services for 215 of these homes.