CASA PropertiesUnder Development
CASA is building 48 1- and 2-bedroom apartment units on land that falls in both Chapel Hill and Carrboro on Merritt Mill Road. The land and rezoning have been secured, and CASA has received a Low Income Housing Tax Credit. CASA broke ground on this community in mid-April 2021. Visit this page for more information and construction updates.
This community will be named in memory of CASA’s longtime CEO, Debra King. CASA’s vision for King’s Ridge is to emulate Charlotte’s Moore Place community with a high-quality, affordable apartment community that qualifies applicants at 30% of the area median income and below. Our vision is for King’s Ridge to include up to 100 apartments serving both individuals and families with permanent, supportive housing. The upper floors will be residential housing, while the main floor will include community space, offices, and access to case management, healthcare, employment, childcare and other critical supports. The site is well located minutes from downtown Raleigh with a public bus stop across the street. CASA is raising funds for King’s Ridge via a capital campaign. Visit this page for more information.
Bryan place is named in honor of CASA supporter, board member, longtime donor, and advocate, Nancye Bryan. Bryan Place is on N. Duke Street in Durham, very close to Duke Regional Hospital. The community will include 16 1-bedroom apartments for those earning less than 30% of the Area Median Income (AMI), and will have a special focus on those experiencing homelessness. CASA expects to break ground on Bryan Place in the spring of 2022. Visit this page for more information.
Homestead Gardens, Chapel Hill
CASA, along with UNC Horizons, Self Help Credit Union, Habitat for Humanity Orange County, and Community Home Trust, is developing a new, mixed-income housing community on Homestead Road in Chapel Hill. CASA is working with partners to secure funding. Learn more about the project on this page.
Collins Ridge, Hillsborough
CASA is the affordable housing partner in a new community in Hillsborough. CASA is currently waiting on the conveyance of a parcel of land from the developer and exploring funding options.
In CASA’s 2020 Strategic Plan, we laid out bold plans for growth over the next 5 years. CASA intends to add 500 affordable apartment units to our portfolio by 2025, doubling our impact in the Triangle. We’re well on our way, but need your help. Make a donation today and help us expand affordable housing options in the Triangle.
View Our Existing Properties in Durham, Raleigh, & Chapel Hill, NC
These new construction buildings provide Permanent Supportive Housing to people living with disabilities in Raleigh and Durham. To join us in our work, learn more about how to get involved.