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LATEST NEWS

  • Former Public Housing Resident Becomes Property Manager

    Some public housing residents and property staff have more in common than living and working in the same location.  “I lived in public housing. And like so many of our residents, I am a single parent too,” said Alishia Marshall, property manager at J. Henry......

  • HVAC, Weatherization Assistance Available

    Due to extreme demand and to ensure clients receive services in a timely manner, the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency closed applications for the Homeowner Rehabilitation Program on Feb. 27. The program may reopen at a later date depending on funding availability. You may check......

  • ‘Coach’ Retires After 40 Years in Housing

    Nashville’s most prominent landlord has retired. Jerry “Coach” Seay began as a social worker in 1975 and left the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency on Feb. 2 after a 19-year stint as director of asset management. “They picked the best person for the job,” said......

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The mission of MDHA is to create affordable housing opportunities, support neighborhoods, strengthen communities and help build a greater downtown Nashville.