HOME Program

  • VHCB administers the federal HOME Investment Partnership Program for the State of Vermont. Developments with HOME funds serve low- and very low-income Vermonters, increasing affordability in rental housing developments. VHCB has awarded more than $83 million in HOME funds since the program began in 1992.

    For detailed information on the HOME Program, see the HOME Program Handbook.

    • Ground Breaking for Allard Square, 39 apartments for seniors being developed by Cathedral Square Corporation in South Burlington
      Ground Breaking at Allard Square, 39 apartments for seniors being developed by Cathedral Square Corporation in South Burlington
    • The French Block in Montpelier - long vacant upper stories being developed for affordable apartments by Downstreet Housing & Community Development
      The French Block in Montpelier - long vacant upper stories being developed for affordable apartments by Downstreet Housing & Community Development
    • Heritage Court, Poultney - 17 rentals for seniors - rehab and energy efficiency work by Housing Trust of Rutland County
      Heritage Court, Poultney - 17 rentals for seniors - rehab and energy efficiency work by Housing Trust of Rutland County
    • Bridge and Main Housing, Hartford - 17 new downtown apartments developed by Railroad Row, LLC
      Bridge and Main Housing, Hartford - 17 new downtown apartments developed by Railroad Row, LLC
    • Woolson Block, Sprinfield - historic downtown building with 20 new apartments and 4 units service-supported transitional housing for at risk young adults with a live-in supervisor, developed by Springfield Housing Authority and Housing Vermont
      Woolson Block, Sprinfield - historic downtown building with 20 new apartments and 4 units service-supported transitional housing for at risk young adults with a live-in supervisor, developed by Springfield Housing Authority and Housing Vermont