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Posted by: Chelsea Bennett on May 24, 2019

Developers broke ground last week on the 39-unit Curb Victory Hall, which will provide housing for low-income veterans, NPR reports. This building located in Nashville’s Edgehill neighborhood is part of a larger $10 million renovation and expansion of the veterans’ services agency, Operation Stand Down. The latest statistics report that one in eight homeless people in Nashville is a veteran. Operation Stand Down works with upwards of 50 veterans who have federal vouchers for housing, but no place to use them.