Overview

TGHA provides affordable housing options in neighborhoods throughout the Greenville Community.

TGHA’s portfolio consists of several types of housing communities:

  • Mixed-Income HOPE IV
  • Mixed-Income LIHTC
  • Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)
  • Public Housing
  • Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD)

Mixed-Income Communities are defined as: A deliberate effort to construct and/or own a multi-family development that has the mixing of income groups as a fundamental part of its financial and operational plans.

HUD has focused over the last decade and a half on the construction of mixed-income communities.

The development of the housing model of mixed-income living implies a promise to move people who have been isolated from market forces closer to the market. This combination provides new opportunities, and seeks to ensure that all of our residents have the tools to be successful in this physical environment.

Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Communities are defined as: Affordable rental housing for low and very low-income families.

The Tax Credit Reform Act of 1986 created the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program (LIHTC). The program regulations are under Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code. The tax credit encourages developers to build affordable housing to meet the needs of the community. As a condition for receiving Housing Tax Credits, owners must keep the units affordable for a specified number of years. Affordable rents are defined and calculated based on Median Household Income figures published annually by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The residents who live in Section 42 units must be income and program eligible. The rent that a Section 42 resident will pay is based on a fixed rental fee for the unit size that is lower than the average market rate rent in the area. Affordable rents that are lower than similar market rate units in the community.

Public Housing Communities are defined as: Decent and safe rental housing for eligible low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Public housing comes in all sizes and types, from scattered single family houses to highrise apartments for elderly families. There are approximately 1.2 million households living in public housing units, managed by some 3,300 HAs. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) administers Federal aid to local housing agencies (HAs) that manage the housing for low-income residents at rents they can afford. HUD furnishes technical and professional assistance in planning, developing and managing these developments.

Rental Assistance Demonstration Communities are defined as: The Rental Assistance Demonstration was created in order to give public housing authorities (PHAs) a powerful tool to preserve and improve public housing properties and address the $26 billion dollar nationwide backlog of deferred maintenance. RAD also gives owners of three HUD “legacy” program (Rent Supplement, Rental Assistance Payment, and Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation) the opportunity to enter into long-term contracts that facilitate the financing of improvements.

# PROPERTIES MANAGED BY COMMUNITY UNITS
1 Manor at West Greenville TGHA LIHTC / PBV / PH 55
2 Sliding Rock at Heritage TGHA LIHTC / PBV 60
3 Velley Creek at Arcadia Hills TGHA LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 44
4 Preserve at Logan Park (formerly know as Garden Apts) TGHA LIHTC / PBV / TF 193
5 Ridgeway Apartments TGHA RAD-PBV 8
6 Arcadia Hills TGHA LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 48
7 Scattered Sites TGHA RAD-PBV 109
8 Charleston Place TGHA LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 40
9 Harbor at West Greenville (formerly know as Brookhaven) NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV / PH / HOME 57
10 Gallery at West Greenville (formerly know as Westiew) NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV 66
11 Evergreen Place NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV / PH 168
12 Forest View NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 96
13 Nihcoltown Green NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 72
14 Clark Ridge Commons NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV / PH 96
15 Reedy Place United Housing Connections PBV 8
15 Stratham Place Shaw Street Associates, LLC LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 88
Total 1,208

Update: September15,2021

Abreviations
LIHTC Low Income Housing Tax Credit
PBV Project Based Voucher Program
PH Public Housing Program
RAD-PBV Rental Assistance Demonstration Program
HOME Home Program
TF Housing Trust Fund Program

Mixed-Income HOPE IV

Housing

All of the properties listed below are Low Income Housing Tax Credit Properties. TGHA provides Project-Based Voucher (PBV), Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) and Public Housing (PH) rental assistance to the communities listed below.
 

Charleston Place
10 McAlister Rd – Management Office
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: (864) 720-1190
Fax: (864) 720-1551
E-mail: ch*****@tg**.net

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 40

  • 20 RAD – Project Based Voucher
  • 20 Project-Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Evergreen Place
102 Roosevelt Ave – Management Office
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: (864) 271-0308
Fax: (864) 271-0310
Office hours: 10 am to 5 pm, Mon-Fri
E-mail: ev*******@tg**.net

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 168

  • 75 Public Housing
  • 35 Project-Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Heritage Communities:Clark Street, Forest View and Nichol Town

200 Clark Street – Management Office
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: (864) 250-9126
Fax: (864) 250-9128
Office hours: 10 am to 5 pm, Mon-Fri
E-mail: he******@tg**.net

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 264

  • 29 RAD / Project Based Voucher
  • 65 Public Housing
  • 63 Project-Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

* Information updated as of February 10th, 2022

Mixed-Income LIHTC

Hosuing

Manor at West Greenville is a single three story mid-rise elevator building located at 11 Manning Street, Greenville, SC 29601.Amenities: A community room and kitchen, computer room, library, card room, fitness center and health and beauty center.

View Brochure

Total Unit Count: 55

  • 42 One-Bedroom Units
  • 13 Two-Bedroom Units
  • 3 Public Housing
  • 52 Project Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Heritage at Sliding Rock is a three story 48 unit mid-rise elevator building with 12 cottages located at 125 Ramsey Drive, Greenville, SC 29607.View Brochure

Total Unit Count: 60

  • 48 Units in the 3-story apartment complex (42 One-Bedroom and 6 Two-Bedroom units)
  • 12 Two-Bedroom Cottages
  • 60 Project Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Harbor at West Greenville is a 57 unit multi-family development located at 430 Perry Avenue, Greenville, SC.View Brochure

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 57

  • 12 One-Bedroom Units
  • 27 Two-Bedroom Units
  • 14 Three-Bedroom Units
  • 4 Four-Bedroom Units
  • 12 Public Housing
  • 45 Project Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Gallery at West Greenville is a 66 unit multi-family development located at 81 South Textile, Greenville, SC 29611.View Brochure

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 66

  • 12 One-Bedroom Artist Studios
  • 20 Two-Bedroom Units
  • 18 Three-Bedroom Units
  • 12 Four-Bedroom Units
  • 4 Five-Bedroom Units
  • 66 Project Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Gallery at West Greenville Art Studios consists of 12 LIHTC Artist units located at 138 Traction St. Greenville, SC, 29611.View Brochure

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 12 one-bedroom units, each including an art studio

  • 12 Project Based Vouchers
    100% LIHTC

Our Communities

TGHA provides affordable housing options in neighborhoods throughout the Greenville Community.

TGHA’s portfolio consists of several types of housing communities:

  • Mixed-Income HOPE IV
  • Mixed-Income LIHTC
  • Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)
  • Public Housing
  • Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD)

Mixed-Income Communities are defined as: A deliberate effort to construct and/or own a multi-family development that has the mixing of income groups as a fundamental part of its financial and operational plans.

HUD has focused over the last decade and a half on the construction of mixed-income communities.

The development of the housing model of mixed-income living implies a promise to move people who have been isolated from market forces closer to the market. This combination provides new opportunities, and seeks to ensure that all of our residents have the tools to be successful in this physical environment.

Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Communities are defined as: Affordable rental housing for low and very low-income families.

The Tax Credit Reform Act of 1986 created the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program (LIHTC). The program regulations are under Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code. The tax credit encourages developers to build affordable housing to meet the needs of the community. As a condition for receiving Housing Tax Credits, owners must keep the units affordable for a specified number of years. Affordable rents are defined and calculated based on Median Household Income figures published annually by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The residents who live in Section 42 units must be income and program eligible. The rent that a Section 42 resident will pay is based on a fixed rental fee for the unit size that is lower than the average market rate rent in the area. Affordable rents that are lower than similar market rate units in the community.

Public Housing Communities are defined as: Decent and safe rental housing for eligible low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Public housing comes in all sizes and types, from scattered single family houses to highrise apartments for elderly families. There are approximately 1.2 million households living in public housing units, managed by some 3,300 HAs. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) administers Federal aid to local housing agencies (HAs) that manage the housing for low-income residents at rents they can afford. HUD furnishes technical and professional assistance in planning, developing and managing these developments.

Rental Assistance Demonstration Communities are defined as: The Rental Assistance Demonstration was created in order to give public housing authorities (PHAs) a powerful tool to preserve and improve public housing properties and address the $26 billion dollar nationwide backlog of deferred maintenance. RAD also gives owners of three HUD “legacy” program (Rent Supplement, Rental Assistance Payment, and Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation) the opportunity to enter into long-term contracts that facilitate the financing of improvements.

# PROPERTIES MANAGED BY COMMUNITY UNITS
1 Manor at West Greenville TGHA LIHTC / PBV / PH 55
2 Sliding Rock at Heritage TGHA LIHTC / PBV 60
3 Velley Creek at Arcadia Hills TGHA LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 44
4 Preserve at Logan Park (formerly know as Garden Apts) TGHA LIHTC / PBV / TF 193
5 Ridgeway Apartments TGHA RAD-PBV 8
6 Arcadia Hills TGHA LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 48
7 Scattered Sites TGHA RAD-PBV 109
8 Charleston Place TGHA LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 40
9 Harbor at West Greenville (formerly know as Brookhaven) NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV / PH / HOME 57
10 Gallery at West Greenville (formerly know as Westiew) NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV 66
11 Evergreen Place NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV / PH 168
12 Forest View NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 96
13 Nihcoltown Green NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 72
14 Clark Ridge Commons NHE,Inc LIHTC / PBV / PH 96
15 Reedy Place United Housing Connections PBV 8
15 Stratham Place Shaw Street Associates, LLC LIHTC / PBV / RAD-PBV 88
Total 1,208

Update: September15,2021

Abreviations
LIHTC Low Income Housing Tax Credit
PBV Project Based Voucher Program
PH Public Housing Program
RAD-PBV Rental Assistance Demonstration Program
HOME Home Program
TF Housing Trust Fund Program

Housing

All of the properties listed below are Low Income Housing Tax Credit Properties. TGHA provides Project-Based Voucher (PBV), Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) and Public Housing (PH) rental assistance to the communities listed below.
 

Charleston Place
10 McAlister Rd – Management Office
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: (864) 720-1190
Fax: (864) 720-1551
E-mail: ch*****@tg**.net

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 40

  • 20 RAD – Project Based Voucher
  • 20 Project-Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Evergreen Place
102 Roosevelt Ave – Management Office
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: (864) 271-0308
Fax: (864) 271-0310
Office hours: 10 am to 5 pm, Mon-Fri
E-mail: ev*******@tg**.net

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 168

  • 75 Public Housing
  • 35 Project-Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Heritage Communities:Clark Street, Forest View and Nichol Town

200 Clark Street – Management Office
Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: (864) 250-9126
Fax: (864) 250-9128
Office hours: 10 am to 5 pm, Mon-Fri
E-mail: he******@tg**.net

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 264

  • 29 RAD / Project Based Voucher
  • 65 Public Housing
  • 63 Project-Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

* Information updated as of February 10th, 2022

Hosuing

Manor at West Greenville is a single three story mid-rise elevator building located at 11 Manning Street, Greenville, SC 29601.Amenities: A community room and kitchen, computer room, library, card room, fitness center and health and beauty center.

View Brochure

Total Unit Count: 55

  • 42 One-Bedroom Units
  • 13 Two-Bedroom Units
  • 3 Public Housing
  • 52 Project Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Heritage at Sliding Rock is a three story 48 unit mid-rise elevator building with 12 cottages located at 125 Ramsey Drive, Greenville, SC 29607.View Brochure

Total Unit Count: 60

  • 48 Units in the 3-story apartment complex (42 One-Bedroom and 6 Two-Bedroom units)
  • 12 Two-Bedroom Cottages
  • 60 Project Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Harbor at West Greenville is a 57 unit multi-family development located at 430 Perry Avenue, Greenville, SC.View Brochure

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 57

  • 12 One-Bedroom Units
  • 27 Two-Bedroom Units
  • 14 Three-Bedroom Units
  • 4 Four-Bedroom Units
  • 12 Public Housing
  • 45 Project Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Gallery at West Greenville is a 66 unit multi-family development located at 81 South Textile, Greenville, SC 29611.View Brochure

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 66

  • 12 One-Bedroom Artist Studios
  • 20 Two-Bedroom Units
  • 18 Three-Bedroom Units
  • 12 Four-Bedroom Units
  • 4 Five-Bedroom Units
  • 66 Project Based Voucher
  • 100% LIHTC

Gallery at West Greenville Art Studios consists of 12 LIHTC Artist units located at 138 Traction St. Greenville, SC, 29611.View Brochure

Management Agent: TGHA
Total Unit Count: 12 one-bedroom units, each including an art studio

  • 12 Project Based Vouchers
    100% LIHTC

Property Search

    Public Housing Sites (7)

    • Evergreen Place

    • 102 Roosevelt Avenue, Greenville, SC 29607
    • Family Development with 323 total units and 1,2,3,4 bedrooms