Avesta Housing President & CEO Rebecca Hatfield recently participated in a discussion on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) for “MEREDA Matters,” a podcast by the Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA). “If I can inspire
KENNEBUNK — A plan to construct more affordable housing in Kennebunk secured a win on Jan. 9. The Kennebunk Select Board decided that a proposed contract zone agreement will appear on the March 5 ballot.
Avesta Housing has received a $400,000 grant from the KeyBank Foundation to enhance services for residents of the nonprofit developer’s affordable housing properties. The funds, to be awarded over four years, will be used to
KeyBank Foundation has made a four-year, $400,000 grant commitment to enhance services provided to residents of Avesta Housing properties. The funding will be used to expand resident staffing to ensure all residents of Avesta Housing
PHOTO: KeyBank Maine Market President Tony DiSotto, second from right, presents a check for $400,000 to (L-R): Avesta Housing Vice President of Property Management & Resident Services Amanda Gilliam, Avesta Housing President & CEO Rebecca
Avesta Housing is receiving a $200,000 donation from Gorham Savings Bank to address Maine’s housing crisis. The bank is giving the money to aid in the development of energy-efficient affordable homes and support services for
PORTLAND, Maine — Gorham Savings Bank has pledged $200,000 to Avesta Housing, the largest nonprofit affordable housing provider in northern New England, to aid in the development of energy-efficient affordable homes and support services for
Avesta Housing, a nonprofit organization committed to providing affordable housing solutions, has unveiled its latest project, Village Commons, as part of the broader Firehouse Village redevelopment initiative in Scarborough. Located on Route 1, Village Commons