Military housing partners continue to keep residents supported during COVID-19. Hunt Military Communities has taken a number of steps to ensure both employees and residents can work and live safely in their military communities.
The Fall 2019 Navy Public Private Venture (PPV) survey published by Navy Installations Command measured resident satisfaction after MHPI partner companies and the Department of Defense began implementing solutions to expand and enhance services and improve the resident experience.
Corvias has begun delivery of more than 100 renovated homes in the Munson neighborhood at Fort Rucker as part of its $325 million capital investment to fund improvements to the company’s entire Army housing portfolio.
Lincoln Military Housing is working with Naval Air Station Lemoore to move sailors into vacant on-base housing units to help protect the fleet from COVID-19. The effort aims to keep sailors healthy prior to being deployed.
Lincoln Military Housing revealed plans to upgrade homes in three communities at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM). The updates will include upgrades to air conditioning, electrical, plumbing, luxury vinyl plank flooring, updated kitchens, and bathrooms.
WTXL reports how Hunt Military Communities' "Hunt Little Heroes" contest honors military children who are a positive influence among their peers.
Partnering with Operation Homefront, Lincoln Military Housing team members set up drive-through distribution sites at Camp Pendleton to provide military family residents convenient access to essential items.