Anne Mannix has worked on affordable housing in Indiana for over 30 years, first as an employee of South Bend Heritage and later as the head of her own company, Neighborhood Development Associates. Since 1997 NDA has played key roles in developing more than 1,000 units of affordable housing statewide. Local projects Anne has worked on include the Robertson’s Senior Apartments, the new YWCA building, Hope Rescue Mission downtown, the Oliver School Apartments for the chronically homeless, Walkerton's Dogwood Estates, and South Bend Mutual Homes, 24 units of cooperatively-owned housing on the Near West Side. If elected Anne will use her decades of experience and her ability to work with others to help the city strengthen neighborhoods, increase affordable housing, improve infrastructure, and find creative solutions for the problems of the homeless. Here is a list of the many awards that Anne and her projects have won.
The following projects were selected as Projects of the Year for the state of Indiana. The awards were given by the Indiana Housing & Community Development Authority, along with other funding partner agencies.
Pictures and Videos
Photos of some of Anne's work and awards can be found at https://www.facebook.com/MannixForSB/posts/1160035034177640
From Blight to Bright tells the story of how Anne Mannix joined forces with the City of Walkerton, Great Lakes Capital, and others to transform 13 acres of horrible dilapidated slum housing into quality affordable homes the whole community could be proud of. https://www.facebook.com/MannixForSB/videos/385015012099020/
Anne Mannix with co-worker Rosie Leyva
Paid for by Mannix for South Bend