The property that The Paddocks will be built on was re-designated as an Economic Revitalization Area at second Culver Town Council meeting last month.
Indiana Secretary of Commerce, Jim Schellinger, was in South Bend Monday discussing the benefits that have been achieved through the Regional Cities Initiative (RCI) and how regional thinking is a good thing.
Unfortunately, they (River Gate South) have struggled with some of the same weather and labor issues that we (Culver Sand Hill Farm Apartments) have and they have had to delay their opening until February 2019. Trust us, we understand! The article below from the Pilot News talks a little about their progress, rental rates, etc. Congratulations Scott for making it to this point!
United Van Lines is reporting that Indiana is experiencing net in-migration for the first time in years. We hope Sand Hill Farm Development can duplicate that trend in Culver with the opening of Sand Hill Farm Apartments this year and The Paddocks in 2020!
We’re proud of our part in helping Culver achieve Stellar Designation. The Paddocks would not have achieved LIHTC funding without the Stellar Set-aside in IHCDA’s Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP). This is a big win for all of those involved with Culver’s Entry Level Housing Task Force that began working to solve housing issues in 2014.
The apartment parking lot pole lights were set last week and all the other exterior lights were installed. They are all LED fixtures for efficiency. They are controlled by a photocell so they’re only on at night.
The Paddocks got its own article in MCEDC’s The Economic Development Perspective and the Sand Hill Farm Apartments were mentioned under the list of Culver accomplishments for 2018.
The Paddocks will feature 48 units of Workforce Housing in six buildings, including 12 two bedroom and 36 three bedroom units.
The Paddocks at Sand Hill Farm, a potential LIHTC apartments and townhomes project, is the result of extensive collaboration between the Town of Culver and Culver Sand Hill Farm LLC. This post provides an update on where we are today as well as some history of how we got here.
The Town of Culver supported application for Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) tax credit funding has been submitted for review.