Journey Home in Canon City, Colorado

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Journey Home is the result of a unique partnership between Cardinal Capital & Loaves & Fishes Ministries of Fremont County. Combining housing with access to support services, the 3-story structure will connect formerly homeless adults and families with case management, mental health treatment and vocational training.

Part of a statewide effort to strengthen the continuum of services available to Colorado's vulnerable homeless population, Journey Home's housing-first approach helps those in crisis address employment, health concerns, substance use, and other issues that may have been neglected in the day-to-day struggle to survive on the streets.

Financed with equity raised from Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits awarded by Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, and 30 Project-based Housing Choice Vouchers provided by Colorado Department of Local Affairs' Division of Housing and administered by the Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments, occupancy of all 30 units will be restricted to households with annual incomes of less than 50% of area median income. However, the income of the typical resident will be below the poverty line.

The development and construction of Journey Home is lead by Cardinal Capital and the project is expected to be complete in June 2018.

City Place Apartments in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Cardinal Capital Construction is the general contractor for City Place Apartments, a new construction housing project under development at North 5th Street and West Walnut Street on the north side of Milwaukee, Wisconsin in the Halyard Park neighborhood.

City Place Apartments is a four-story building with 51 apartments of which 43 are tax credit and 8 are market rate. The project is set to be complete in the late summer of 2018.

Whole Health Clinical Group in West Allis, Wisconsin

On Monday, September 26, 2016, Cardinal Capital joined Milwaukee Center for Independence's (MCFI) Whole Health Clinical Group as they broke ground for a new, state-of-the-art facility at 932 South 60th Street in West Allis, Wisconsin. Cardinal Capital is developing the two-story, 21,000 square foot building on the 3.2 acre site and will lease it to MCFI.

The new building will include expanded space for Whole Health Primary Care Clinic and help Whole Health Clinical Group provide coordinated and integrated services in a community based behavioral health setting. Whole Health Clinical Group's goal is to improve the physical health status of adults with mental illness and those with co-occurring disorders. Whole Health currently provides recovery-oriented services and advocacy for more than 800 people living with mental illness in southeastern Wisconsin.

The Germania Building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Cardinal Capital Management, Inc., Vangard Group, LLC, and Endeavour Corp. have partnered to redevelop a historic downtown building. Germania has been a Milwaukee landmark since it opened in 1896. It has been on the Historic Preservation list since 1983. Its long overdue $22 million renovation will bring it back to life as a mixed income, mixed use building in the center of Milwaukee. There will be 46 market rate apartments, and 44 tax credit apartments available to persons making up to $35,000 annually. There will be 9,000 square feet of vibrant, first floor commercial and office space. State and Federal Historic Preservation Commissions have reviewed and approved the architectural plan.

Germania will provide a convenient and affordable housing option for persons looking to access downtown's employment, education and entertainment opportunities.

The redevelopment of the Germania building will assist in fulfilling the agenda set forth in the City of Milwaukee's Downtown Comprehensive Plan, which suggests that downtown class B and C office buildings should be converted into residential housing.

The goal is to eliminate the overabundance of obsolete downtown office space, which has contributed to the low rental rates and the high vacancy rates. Once the class B and C buildings are converted, it will cause the remaining class A and B buildings to attract more stable rental rates.

Pathways Village in Grand Junction, Colorado

The development of Pathways Village is the result of a unique partnership between Cardinal Capital Management, Inc.,  Homeward Bound of the Grand Valley, Inc. and Hilltop Community Services. The project will combine housing with access to support services, the 3-story structure under construction in Grand Junction, Colorado will connect formerly homeless adults and families with case management, mental health treatment and vocational training.

Pathways Village is part of a two-phase development: Phase 1 - a 40-unit permanent, supportive housing project and Phase 2 - a family center offering temporary shelter, counseling space for community partners, a commercial kitchen, and child care space. The project is expected to be completed in the spring of 2016.

UPDATE: On August 4, 2016, Cardinal Capital and its partner HomewardBound of the Grand Valley joined local, state, federal officials and residents to celebrate the grand opening of Pathways Village Apartments.

Thurgood Marshall Apartments in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Cardinal Capital partnered with Wisconsin Community Services and Milwaukee County to develop what will be Milwaukee's first Harm Reduction project, located on the north side of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Thurgood Marshall Apartments will provide 24 one-bedroom units of permanent, supportive housing for very low-income adults who are chronically homeless and suffer from chronic alcoholism. Wisconsin Community Services will provide on-site social service support. The project is expected to be completed in 2016.

UPDATE: On Thursday, October 6th, 2016, Cardinal Capital Management, Inc., Milwaukee County and Wisconsin Community Services hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at the grand opening of Thurgood Marshall Apartments.