UnitedHealth Group’s affordable housing investments surpass $1B

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The newly renovated Aya Tower property in East Point, Georgia, is the latest example of UnitedHealth Group’s affordable housing investments. The property, shuttered since 2004, recently underwent a $24 million redevelopment into a fresh space that includes 88 affordable one- and two-bedroom apartments for families earning between $30,000 and $40,000 annually. With Atlanta being one of America’s largest and fastest-growing markets, Aya Tower helped relieve financial pressure on low- and middle-income families while giving them resources to better their health.

Yes, and: In addition to making safe and affordable housing available, several health and social services will be offered in adjacent buildings for Aya Tower residents and the full community with support from UnitedHealth Group, Grady Health, and Goodwill of North Georgia.