Early Affordable Housing Developments

In 1996, GAHP developed its first Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) apartment community, Bridge Point Apartments. From 1996 to 2008, the organization developed single family homes and townhomes and delivered first time homebuyer programs to help clients repair their credit and find down-payment assistance to purchase their first home. Below are GAHP's earliest housing communities and single home developments.

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Bridge Point Apartments
Bridge Point Apartments

Located on the Southwest Mesa, the Bridgepoint Apartments were the Greater Albuquerque Housing Partnership's first LIHTC development. It featured 214 multi-family units targeted to both seniors and families.

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San Ignacio Court
San Ignacio Court

Located in the Santa Barbara/Martineztown Neighborhood, San Ignacio Homes were the GAHP's first affordable home ownership development. It features 13 single family unattached 3 and 4 bedroom homes.

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Bell Alcazar
Bell Alcazar

Located in the Trumbull Village Neighborhood, the Bell Alcazar Homes were the GAHP's first affordable home ownership development in the Trumbull Village Neighborhood. It features 7 single family unattached 3 bedroom homes.

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High Cordero
High Cordero

Located in the Santa Barbara/Martineztown Neighborhood, High Cordero Homes features 9 single family unattached 2 and 3 bedroom homes with radiant floor heat and stained concrete floors.

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Trumbull Village Homes
Trumbull Village Homes

Located in the Trumbull Village Neighborhood, Trumbull Village Homes were turned over to the GAHP to complete and market when another non-profit filed for bankruptcy. The development features 4 fourplexes, with 3 and 4 bedroom townhomes.

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Mesilla Bell
Mesilla Bell

Located in the Trumbull Village Neighborhood, the Mesilla Bell Homes were part of a city design competition. Mahlman Miles architects won the competition for Four, 2 and 3 bedroom townhomes.

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Edith Crespin
Edith Crespin

Located in the Santa Barbara/Martineztown Neighborhood, the Edith Crespin Homes feature 5 single family unattached 2 and 3 bedroom homes with radiant floor heat and stained concrete floors.

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El Porvenir
El Porvenir

Located in the Santa Barbara/Martineztown Neighborhood, El Porvenir Homes feature 13 single family unattached 2 and 3 bedroom homes within a cul-de-sac.

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Sunport Townhomes
Sunport Townhomes

Located in the Southeast Heights just west of Carlisle Boulevard, the Sunport Townhomes back the Puerto Del Sol Golf Course and feature 18, 3 bedroom 2 story townhomes with wonderful views of the West Mesa.

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