Timeline

Timeline

1992

  • Originally forms as Manchester Neighborhood Housing Services at 20 Merrimack Street in Manchester to focus on community development in Manchester's Center City

1993

  • Manchester Neighborhood Housing Services moves to 434 Union Street

1994

  • Develops Cedar Beech, 24 units of affordable rental housing

1995

  • Develops Merrimack Place,16 units of affordable rental housing

1998

  • Develops Three Corners, 21 units of affordable rental housing

1999

  • Develops Tree Streets and Auburn Street Family Park, 23 units of affordable rental housing

2000

  • Manchester Neighborhood Housing Services moves to 968 Elm Street and becomes a city-wide organization, completing our first affordable housing development outside the Center City.
  • Began offering home mortgages and down payment/closing cost assistance loans statewide.

2001

  • Develops Elm Street, 68 units of affordable rental housing

2002

  • Named a Business of the Year in the Real Estate/Construction/Engineering category by Business NH Magazine and the National Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives
  • Develops Phoenix Apartments, 14 units of affordable rental housing

2004

  • Manchester Neighborhood Housing Services moves to 20 Merrimack Street

2005

  • Recapitalized the Participation Loan Pool Program for down payment, closing cost assistance with commitments from 7 local lenders for a total of $6,500,000

2006

  • Manchester Neighborhood Housing Services changes our public name to NeighborWorks® Greater Manchester to reflect our regional expansion Develops Straw Mansion Apartments, 33 units of affordable rental housing

2008

  • NeighborWorks® Greater Manchester is named a Champion in Action by Citizens Bank and WMUR-TV
  • Develops Silver Mill Apartments, 57 units of affordable rental housing

2010

  • Develops The Townhomes at Abingdon Square in Goffstown, 25 units of affordable rental housing - it's first development outside the City of Manchester.

2011

  • NeighborWorks® Greater Manchester begins to offer homeownership services in Nashua and makes preparations for full integration of services in the Nashua region
  • Develops The Townhomes at Mallard Place, 14 units of affordable rental housing
  • Develops West Granite Homeownership Initiative, 12 units of affordable housing – for sale and rent

2012

  • NeighborWorks® Greater Manchester assumes a total of 39 affordable housing units in Nashua
  • NeighborWorks® Greater Manchester changes our public name to NeighborWorks® Southern New Hampshire

2013

  • Establishes new offices as part of 801 Elm Street Downtown Revitalization
  • Develops Hidden Pond Apartments, a 28-unit affordable housing development in the Town of Amherst

2014

  • Develops Phase II of the West Side Revitallization Initiative, rehabilitating tow three family and one single-family homes for sale to owner-occupants.
  • Townhomes at Whittemore Place Initiative is approved, and development on Phase I commences.