Talk:Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville
You can't say things like "they've been around for 15 years", because next year that won't be accurate. I changed this to "founded in 1994" based on the date the article was written, but it could be off by a year. When this is nailed down, be sure to adjust the establishment year category if necessary. -- B.S. Lawrence 11:08, 19 July 2009 (EDT)
This is for info for late for a project in the planning process in Fluvanna.
- Currently, the project is on hold as the county awaits word of federal funding. Congresswoman Spanberger requested 775k for the project
- Central Virginian article #1
- Central Virginian article #2
2022 award to add later
Spring Creek, Coleman and Cleveland | Greater Charlottesville Habitat for Humanity 
- $700,000 (HOME)
- $700,000 (VHTF)
Louisa County and City of Charlottesville
Spring Creek, Coleman and Cleveland is a new construction home-buyer project consisting of eight units among three sites. Spring Creek is located in Louisa County, and Coleman Court/Cleveland Avenue is located in the city of Charlottesville. Spring Creek consists of four single-family, four-bedroom homes sitting on .25 acre lots. Coleman Court and Cleveland will consist of two duplex units located within established neighborhoods in Charlottesville. All eight homebuyer units will incorporate Universal Design concepts.
- Web. Governor Northam Announces Over $60 Million in Affordable and Special Needs Housing Loans, Press Release, January 13, 2022, retrieved January 15, 2022.