Myers Place provides affordable housing with supportive services for low-income individuals with mental and physical disabilities in suburban Chicago, where both affordable rental homes and supportive living facilities are scarce. Myers Place is surrounded by retail, jobs and transit options. The Kenneth Young Center provides a range of support services, including mental health, senior, education and prevention services.
Affordability & Support
Supportive housing for people with disabilities, including 21 one-bedroom and 18 studio apartments, all furnished
Designed to meet LEED standards; includes a geothermal HVAC system
Access to Transit
Located along a bus line, Myers Place is close to retail and dining options as well as to major employers in the region, including Chicago O'Hare International Airport.
Enterprise provided an $8.1 million Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit) equity investment with UnitedHealth Group as the investor and an additional $1.7 million investment through one of our multi-investor funds. Enterprise has worked with the state of Illinois to give funding priority to Housing Credit projects that meet green standards. Enterprise also invests in supportive housing communities as an effective and efficient way to connect individuals with special needs to independence and opportunity.
Corporation for Supportive Housing; Daveri Development Group; Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity; Housing Authority of the County of Cook; Illinois Housing Development Authority; Kenneth Young Center; Regional Housing Initiative; The Task Force – North/Northwest Suburban Supportive Housing for Individuals with Mental Illness; UnitedHealth Group