Healthy communities begin at home. Swope Community Builders is widely recognized for its unmatched expertise in developing residential projects that satisfy community needs and outperform market expectations. A sampling of residential projects includes:
Located at 3218 Brighton Avenue in Kansas City, MO adjacent to the VA Hospital, this 48-unit apartment building opened in August 2013. The property features one-, two-, and three-bedroom units and many amenities. The property is specifically dedicated to serving individuals with Special Needs. For more information click here.
Located in downtown Kansas City, MO on Holmes Street between 9th and 10th Streets, this 50-unit apartment building opened 4th Quarter of 2010. The property features one- and two-bedroom units and many amenities.
Located adjacent to the Bruce R. Watkins Drive, Ivanhoe Gardens is an 80 unit multi-family rehabilitation effort that was transformed and updated through a $9 million investment. Construction began in fall 2005 and was completed in fall 2006.
Located adjacent to the Swope Campus at the intersection of Cleveland Avenue and Blue Parkway, Mt. Cleveland Townhomes II is a 10 unit low–income, multi–family development that was constructed through a $1.8 million investment. The units are 2 stories, and all contain 3 bedrooms.
Swope Community Builders invested more than $8.2 million to create a safe and inviting duplex community for low-income families. Mount Cleveland Heights features 70 bungalow style duplexes with nostalgic front porches on a highly traveled thoroughfare with accessible public transportation alternatives.
In partnership with the City of Kansas City, Mo and Neighborhood Housing Services., Swope Community Builders developed Parkway Apartments. More than 40 units of multi-family rental housing were constructed through an investment of nearly $9 million, enhancing the redevelopment efforts along Paseo Boulevard.
Ridgeview Heights, a 192-unit multi-family housing community, completed a $13.7 million facelift. The one- to three-bedroom units are part of a comprehensive redevelopment plan designed to renew economic opportunity to a formerly blighted and crime infested neighborhood. Swope Community Builders assembled both public and private partners in support of both physical rehabilitation and also introduced a crime prevention program with resident support activities.
With a rising senior adult population, Twin Elms Senior Housing Complex accommodates the needs of low-to moderate- income senior residents. This tax credit senior housing development has been recognized for its’ art deco design an amenities. It features 54 units.