By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Ribbon cutting: Canterbury Apartments
Ribbon Cutting Photo Web
Greystone Affordable Development, a provider of affordable housing recapitalization, rehabilitation and development services, Boyd Management, and WWJ, LLC held a ribbon-cutting event at the Canterbury Apartments in Camden on Oct. 18, to celebrate the completed rehabilitation of 18 Low Income Housing Tax Credit properties across 15 different counties throughout South Carolina. This $77.3 million tax-exempt bond transaction substantially renovated 762 aging and at-risk affordable multifamily housing units that are now owned and operated by WWJ, LLC. The event included a tour of Canterbury Apartments, followed by a ceremony, ribbon cutting, and luncheon. Speakers included S.C. Representatives Laurie Funderburk, Chip Huggins and William W. Wheeler; Amber Peoples, Scheduler for U.S. Congressman Ralph Norman; Margaret Spaulding, Regional Director for U.S. Senator Tim Scott; Laura Nicholson, Development Director, South Carolina Housing Finance and Development Authority; Debbie Turbeville, State Director, USDA, South Carolina State Office; Dana Boole, President & Chief Executive Officer, Community Affordable Housing Equity Corporation (CAHEC); Kimberly Dixon, President, Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce;Tanya Eastwood, President/CEO, Greystone Affordable Development; Joe Wilczewski, Vice President of Finance, WWJ, LLC/Boyd Management; and Babbie Jaco, Vice President of Management, WWJ, LLC/Boyd Management.