Indy’s Proctor Place Apartments will include units for homeless veterans
INDIANAPOLIS — New, affordable housing is coming to the west side of Indy, and it’s going to help get homeless veterans off the streets.
Indianapolis Mayor Hogsett joined others for the ceremonial groundbreaking at Proctor Place on Wednesday.
The three-story complex will have 61 units, 15 set aside just for homeless veterans.
It’s located on Warman Avenue just north of Washington Street.
IHA is proud to be part of the ground breaking ceremony for Proctor Place. The 3-story complex will provide 61 affordable apartments to residents in Marion County. @WodaCooper and @HVAFofIndiana co-developed the complex. IHA is contributing 15 vouchers specifically to house vets! pic.twitter.com/FAjnrmLJoI
— Indianapolis Housing Agency (@IHAIndy) June 9, 2021