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photo of christmas stocking that say tgha

TGHA Employee Holiday Luncheon 2021

Employee Holiday Luncheon 2021
multiple residents carrying food out of a black car

TGHA Senior Christmas Event 2021

Senior Holiday Food Drive - Preserve at Logan Park 2021
A mural painted on a wall of a woman wearing a bandana around her head

COMP (Communities of Opportunity Mural Program) - PHASE I

Community of Opportunities Mural Program (COMP) is a free program offered to Residents of TGHA properties. Its purpose is to create works of Public Art to be enjoyed by the residents and the City of Greenville as a whole. Public art provides a tool for economic revitalization and creates community identity. It helps shape the quality of life for people in a community by offering a form of expression that embodies a community’s spirit. It represents a sense of community pride and brings people together. Moreover, public art attracts people to a community who bring a broad array of talents and experiences, further enriching it. How did you fund COMP? On September 28, 2017, TGHA received approval from the City of Greenville’s Arts in Public Places Commission to implement the Community of Opportunities Mural Program. In March of 2018, we applied for and received a grant from the Arts in Public Places Commission in the amount of $9,000 to cover some of the cost of implementation. The remaining program costs are covered by TGHA. Who came up with the conceptual design for the dumpster enclosure? The mural concepts for each dumpster enclosure was shaped through design charettes with former and current residents of the Gallery at West Greenville. Free art classes were held at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts and taught by Adam C. Schrimmer of the Blank Canvas Mural Company. In addition, neighborhood meetings continue to be held with current residents at the Gallery at West Greenville Club House to complete the designs for the two remaining dumpster enclosures on the Gallery at West Greenville's campus.
A mural painted on a wall of a purple person with lightning bolts around the head

COMP (Communities of Opportunity Mural Program) - PHASE II

Honoring Local Living Legends.
Charleston Place as seen from the parking lot


[Click Here to View More Photos] - - - Charleston Place Apartments is a 3-story, 40-unit apartment building offering one-bedroom units with approximately 700 square feet of living space and extensive amenities. Unites are restricted to elderly tenants ages 62 and older who have incomes at or below 60% of the area median income.
The front of the Gallery at West Greenville building as seen from the street


[Click Here to View More Photos] - - - Gallery at West Greenville, located at 81 South Textile in Greenville, South Carolina is currently under construction in the former Westview community. It will contain a total of 66 units, 54 of which will be project-based voucher units. 12 of the units will be LIHTC artist units and will come to be known as the Gallery at West Greenville Studios. The former Westview units and community is under substantial rehabilitation. All underground utilities will be replaced, all new electrical wiring and fixtures, new HVAC, new kitchen and baths, and the addition of one bathroom in all but the one-bedroom units. Washers, dryers, and dishwashers will be provided in all units. New flooring will be installed and/or refinished as well as new windows and doors on all the units. Outside the units new asphalt, concrete, and landscaping will be completed.
The entrance of Heritage at Sliding Rock as seen from the parking lot


[Click Here to View More Photos] - - - Heritage at Sliding Rock, located at 125 Ramsey Drive, Greenville, SC is a 60 unit affordable housing community for seniors ages 62 an older. The three story building will include 42 one-bedroom and 6 two-bedroom apartments. It will also offer 12 two-bedroom cottages. Heritage at Sliding Rock is part of an on-going master plan for the Jesse Jackson Townhome Revitalization Project. In 2004 the Housing Authority of the City of Greenville received a $20 million United States Department of Housing & Urban Development HOPE VI grant, which allowed it to develop Heritage Commons. The Revitalization Plan included the development of 532 rental units and 26 single-family homes. Currently there are 472 rental units and approximately 6 acres of vacant land. Heritage at Sliding Rock will increase the rental unit portfolio from 472 to 532.
The entrance of Manor at West Greenville as seen from the street


[Click Here to View More Photos] - - - Manor at West Greenville is located at 11 Manning Street, Greenville, SC on 3.53 acres of existing vacant land at the Brookhaven Public Housing site. It is a single three story mid-rise elevator building. It includes 42 one-bedrooms and 13 two-bedroom units. Amenities include a community room and kitchen; computer room; library; card room; fitness center and health and beauty center. There is also an on-site management office, 55 parking spaces (1/1) and walking paths that provide access to the West Greenville Community Center and the Community Building for Phase II of the Brookhaven redevelopment project.
Three people create separate paintings of a tree with a tire swing as an instructor helps


[Click Here to View More Photos] - - - Manor at West Greenville residents create beautiful masterpieces of art with Jacqueline Jackson Pearson, Artist/Owner of "Poppin" Urban Art and More