GPVA asked the National Benevolent Association (NBA), its partner for the first apartment project, to cosponsor the new venture.
GPVA delivered the application for the grant, under Section 811 of the National Affordable Housing Act, to the St.
In November 1994, Crayton convened the first GPVA board meeting to discuss this project.
GPVA selected the general contracting company that built Gateway I, the Altman-Charter Company.
HUD's loan for construction did not cover the cost of a community building, which, according to GPVA, is an important part of the housing complex.
GPVA and Crayton's next projects will be to raise money for the center and see it through construction and completion.