Old hospital soon to treat homeless when it transforms into housing

These new apartments are expected to be finished in October 2018 and will be financed by multiple sources.

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What was once St. Anthony’s Hospital, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, will soon be St. Anthony’s Apartments, with 60 units of permanent supportive housing for the homeless.

This new project will have 60 modern apartments, supportive social services and a health clinic with homeless outreach programs. A Chicago-based affordable housing nonprofit is in charge of the project.

“We believe society is better for everyone when all can participate, prosper, and reach their full potential. Affordable housing is the foundation to these achievements,” said Michael Goldberg, Executive Director of Heartland Housing. “Heartland Housing is thrilled to be adding a fourth permanent supportive housing development in Milwaukee as part of our efforts to support those who have struggled with homelessness in stabilizing their lives.”

These new apartments are expected to be finished in October 2018 and will be financed by multiple sources.

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