Lynd adds to its support of veterans with housing complex near Las Vegas

The Lynd Company added a 236-unit apartment community near Nellis Air Force base in Las Vegas to its veterans housing program, with a substantial portion of units dedicated to veterans and active duty military personnel.

The Rubix, a $13 million project funded in part through the Invest in America’s Veterans Foundation (IAVF), provides modern studio apartments, a fitness center, a dog park and a community center for veterans – all designed to support veterans in their transition to civilian life, a news release said.

IAVF, a nonprofit organization offering veteran services, was established in 2008 by Ralph Santillo and assists with job placement, counseling, food, housing and more.

“We will continue to support IAVF with funding and management services,” Lynd President and CEO Adam David Lynd said in a release. “Our desire is to see this program grow.”

“We wish to further expand the program across the country by purchasing $400 to $500 million in properties per year,” Lynd said in the release. “We find great satisfaction in supporting our American veterans and hope others will join us to expand this portfolio nationwide.”

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