HUD Announces Pilot Grants

Applicants have until November 22 to submit applications for a new round of HOPE VI funds.

"The federal HOPE VI program will disburse $124 million for five or six public housing redevelopment projects in the coming fiscal year, officials of the US Department of Housing & Urban Development announced today.

"HUD also will give $65 million in grants through a new pilot program, Choice Neighborhoods, which will build on the accomplishments of the 17-year-old HOPE VI program."

Thanks to Renee Brutvan

Full Story: HUD announces $124 million for HOPE VI and $65 million for new 'Choice Neighborhoods' program

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