APRIL 2018 NEI recently joined Preservation of Affordable Housing, architect PQH Group, Inc., US Senator Bill Nelson and local officials, and residents to celebrate the completion of the $16.4 Million renovation to Trinity Towers, an affordable senior housing development in Melbourne, FL owned by nonprofit POAH.
All three buildings, comprised of two high-rises and one mid-rise, are home to more than 500 seniors and disabled residents. Each building required extensive improvements. NEI completed an occupied renovation of Trinity Towers West in 2016 which included all new windows, roof replacement, flooring upgrades, energy efficiency measures, HVAC, and kitchens, and began renovation on East and South the same year. The scope of work for Trinity East and South involved select kitchen and bath renovations, ADA and accessibility improvements, common area improvements, new windows, HVAC, roof replacement, fire alarm and nurse call systems, fire sprinklers throughout the building, dining room and commercial kitchen renovation, and elevator repairs.
NEI is proud to help deliver 510 better homes to seniors in the community of Melbourne. Financed by Florida Housing Finance Corporation, Citi Community Capital, and Boston Private Bank and Trust Company through the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) of Boston Affordable Housing Program, the improvements to this property will both help enhance the quality of life of its residents and preserve affordable housing for seniors in the area.