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Creating Housing Stability
Community Portfolio
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Housing is the first step in promoting stability
Creating A Solid Foundation For Residents To Thrive

Our portfolio currently consists of 5 commercial properties yielding 78,500 s.f. and 7 residential apartment communities of affordable housing totaling 189 affordable housing units throughout Atlanta’s Westside. Within the next several years we will be adding another 3 multi-family apartment communities yielding 293 units and 13 single family homes to our portfolio.

ATL Westside Neighborhoods
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Center Hill

Harvey Homes Community

Dixie Hills

Penelope Neighbors

West Lake

Grove Park

Hunter Hills

Mosley Park

Bankhead

Washington Park

English Avenue

Vine City

Ashview University Center

Harris Chiles

Just Us

 

Atlanta University Center

The Villages @ Castleberry Hill

Quest is committed to developing place-based strategies in the English Avenue/Vine City neighborhoods and adjacent communities that are tailored to each neighborhood’s strengths, assets, and conditions.

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We develop affordable housing for underserved individuals and families, reducing barriers to economic mobility.

Our approach to community development helps reduce displacement, maintain retention and ensure current residents have an affordable place to call home.

Reducing Barriers to Economic Mobility

We strive to build stable and vibrant communities for those who have been disenfranchised to position residents to break the cycle of generational poverty. 

Affordable and Supportive Housing is the essential foundation for families and communities to succeed.

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Community Stats

Quest is working to address affordable housing coupled with supportive services for homeless and very low income families in Atlanta, Georgia. The targeted communities have struggled in recent years with a declining population, failing schools, blight, poor housing stock, poverty, lack of economic mobility and unemployment. The community has approximately 15,079 residents with 6,333 households; the vast majority of which are rentals (5,834) and most of the rentals are owned by investors.

Poverty is concentrated in pockets in the neighborhoods with English Avenue having 64% of all residents and over 80% of children 18 years of age or younger living in poverty. Over 60% of the population uses the Emergency Room as their primary source of healthcare and 24% of adults’ lack health insurance, with 25% of children 19 and under lacking health insurance.

Connecting
Westside Residents

To Local Resources

One of Quest’s primary objectives for all of our developments is that its location allows for easy accessibility to neighboring resources and amenities. Within 1.5 miles of the development, residents can access education, green space, healthcare, and healthy food opportunities. ​

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Quest’s commitment to affordable housing development has been recognized by the City of Atlanta, the State of Georgia via Georgia Department of Community Affairs and federally by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

 

Both the City of Atlanta and State of GA governing bodies have designated Quest as a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO).

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Proud to be a member of the NeighborWorks Network, a major funder of our affordable housing initiatives.

Comprehensive Solutions
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