St. Louis, MO – Tuesday, December 11, 2018, elected officials, community leaders, housing advocates, business partners and neighbors joined together at Koinonia Baptist Temple to break ground on Finney Place Homes, a new affordable single-family home community under way at 4200 blocks of C.D. Banks, Finney, and Cook Avenues. Pictured from left to right, Charles Quincy Troupe – Fmr. MO State Representative, Dean of the House & 1st Ward Alderman, Dan Kania – Dean of Academic Affairs, Ranken Technical College, Nancy Rodney – Project Manager, Rosemann & Associates, P.C., Kevin Buchek – President, Roanoke Construction, Monica Campbell – Vice President, Community Development, Enterprise Bank, Tarold Davis – Fulson Housing Group, Finney Place Developer Partner, Yaphett El-Amin – President, Efficacy Consulting & Development, Finney Place Developer, Jamilah Nasheed – Missouri Senator 5th District, Jeff Smith – President, MOWHA, Terry Kennedy – Alderman, 18th Ward, Jesse Todd – Democratic Committeeman, 18th Ward.  

This much anticipated development will transform an underutilized neighborhood in North St Louis City into 40 single family homes. The project includes twenty-six (26) 3-bedrooms at approximately 1,200 square feet, thirteen (13) 4-bedrooms at approximately 1,400 square feet, and 1 (1) 1- bedroom home. Following the MHDC mandatory lease compliance period of 15 years, the homes will be sold to existing residents for purchase within affordable housing sale guidelines. 

The two-story homes feature design detailing highlighting the history of the neighborhood. Residents will enjoy a spacious community/neighborhood home for support and enrichment activities, youth groups, social gatherings, and more. The goal to create a community of activities and action, where neighbors work together, is one that State Senator Jamilah Nasheed cited as critical to the success of all north city residents.

Yaphett El-Amin of Efficacy Consulting, LLC, Co-Developer, summed up the aspirations of Finney Place Homes. “While affordable housing for residents of the City of St. Louis is vital, we are excited to bring stability and hope to these families, as well as to provide a special community for them to call home.”

Funding for this much needed project is being made possible through a collaboration between state and federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), Missouri Housing Development Commission (MHDC), Missouri Housing Equity Group (MHEG), Affordable Housing Commission (AHC), Community Development Agency (CDA), along with several enriched services providers including Enterprise Bank, Ranken Technical College, SLATE, and Urban League of Greater St. Louis.

Finney Place Homes development team includes the Missouri based companies of Finney Place Developer, LLC (Yaphett El-Amin of Efficacy Consulting, LLC and Matt Fulson of Fulson Housing Group) – Developer, Finney Place GP, LLC – General Partner, Roanoke Construction – General Contractor, Rosemann & Associates, P.C. – Architect, Abna Engineering – Civil Engineer, Clayborne & Associates – Legal Counsel, Rubin Brown – Accountant, and Fulson Management Co. – Management Company. 

The project is anticipated to be complete by the first quarter of 2020.

Congratulations to the Rosemann & Associates, P.C. team of Jarrett Cooper, Nancy Rodney, Brittany Kampschroeder, and Jonathan Crank!

 

 

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