RADBlast! Photo Essay, "RAD in Nashville, TN"
“I like the idea of a mixed-income community, having all kinds of people in the community.” - Marilyn Greer, Resident, Vice President of the Resident Association.
Thanks to a recent Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) conversion, residents at Cayce Place are experiencing improved quality of life in their transformed affordable housing community that's close to downtown Nashville. Residents now enjoy such amenities as green space, a new school, health center, pharmacy, library, retail and more. Read their stories here.
- The RAD Team
This photo essay is part of the RAD Photo Essays, a series that documents the resident experience for properties that go through a RAD conversion. The purpose of RAD is to preserve and improve affordable housing so that residents can live in stable, healthy, and safe environments. This series highlights the quality-of-life impact of RAD on people. After all, the success of RAD isn't measured in dollars but in people.
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