ROI Housing Series: Session 3 Multi-Family Housing

The Uplands is projected to need 5,921 rental units by 2030 to meet future workforce needs and help our industries grow their businesses. In ROI’s next session, we will discuss challenges with rental housing units in the Indiana Uplands and explore exciting multi-housing projects underway in rural communities.

Join Chuck Heintzelman (Principal of Milestone Ventures) and J.B. Curry (Vice President of Market Rate Development for TWG Development) on Sep 23 at 8:30 a.m.! Free to attend!

About Chuck Heintzelman

Chuck Heintzelman, Principal of Milestone Ventures, Inc., has worked in the
community development and affordable housing industry for almost 26 years. In 2000, he co-founded Milestone Ventures, which has since developed and preserved over 1,700 units of affordable rental housing in Indiana. Chuck’s prior experience includes; serving as the Planning Director for the City of Huntingburg and Tax Credit Administrator with the Indiana Housing Finance Authority. Chuck currently serves on the board of the John H. Boner Community Center and the Indiana Affordable Housing Council.

About J.B. Curry

J.B. Curry oversees market rate and mixed-use multi-family development opportunities at TWG. His role includes acquisitions and negotiations, predevelopment due diligence efforts, market research, financial feasibility, deal underwriting, and securing financing. With TWG being a full-service developer, Mr. Curry also coordinates with design, preconstruction, construction, and management teams throughout the life of the project.

Indiana Uplands Housing Series Schedule
For full details and to watch recordings of previous sessions, visit: https://regionalopportunityinc.org/housing-series

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