Friday, December 4, 2020

Why don't other cities do this?

 An organization called ROOF ABOVE just bought an 88-unit hotel at the intersection of Clanton Road and I-77 in Charlotte, North Carolina. They will transform it into permanent housing for many in the city's homeless community.

Liz Clasen-Kelly, CEO of ROOF ABOVE, says the hotel is already equipped to serve as safe shelter to help the community through the winter, and by the end of 2021 her organization expects to bring these units online as permanent housing "for 88 of our most vulnerable neighbors."

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