News coverage of communities across the country objecting to private equity misuse of residential homes.
Fairfax County Zoning determined that Newport's three adjacent homes constituted a Congregate Housing Facility, against residential zoning ordinances. May 2019
Neighbors living near a Newport Academy campus met to discuss public disturbances, strain on first responders, and ask what can be done. January 2018
All 38 signs residents had placed in yards along Gleedsville Road were vandalized or stolen. This display of startling behavior is new for the area. Damages exceeded $1k, Loudoun County Deputies are investigating. January 29, 2022
Several Leesburg area residents implored Loudoun’s Board of Supervisors to learn about the issue of private equity misusing residential homes as commercial rehab campuses.
A meeting between McLean residents, Newport, and local representatives. Residents asked their Fairfax elected officials for support objecting to private equity owned, Newport Academy, operating a rehab campus out of residential homes. April 2019
"...the more than four-hour-long public hearing after the presentations showed that the project has struck a deep nerve with the local community"
“It used to be a nice, quiet town, everybody got along. There was no theft, or worry about locking your doors...now you have to lock your doors while you're in the house,”