This winter Westside Future Fund (WFF) sold homes to two more families as part of its signature program Home on the Westside. This brings the total number of homes sold in 2023 to 10. Through Home on the Westside, WFF’s community retention guidelines prioritize legacy and future residents with live, work, and learn connections to the historic Westside. The program’s three service areas include single-family homeownership, rental housing, and property tax assistance for legacy residents. You can hear more from the residents WFF serves here.
Dr. Fernando Esquivel-Suarez is an Assistant Professor in the English Department of Spelman College. His family now owns a 3-bedroom and 2-bathroom home in English Avenue.
Destiny Motley is a legacy resident of Vine City and a former music teacher for youth with the At-Promise Center. She now owns a a 3-bedroom and 2-bathroom home in English Avenue.
Learn more about how you can support Home on the Westside through WFF’s capital campaign Our Next Chapter.