Welcome to Winterwood Incorporated.


Stonewall Terrace is located in Lexington, KY off of Versailles Road, and was built by FEZ Construction. The Fez Group LLC is a family owned and operated construction company. Specializing in affordable housing production and renovation, The Fez Group has been serving the Commonwealth of Kentucky for almost 20 years! They serve individuals and families by providing quality affordable homes through renovation and new construction. FEZ stands for Fred, Emily, Zach – the three children of Carol and Buster Worsham.  This property is for the medically vulnerable population and consists of 26 units, and was fully leased in just 43 days! The first resident, James Scott, moved in on June 16th, 2022. James was very happy about moving to Stonewall, moved from Saint James Place – he saw these being built & knew he had to move here! He is pleased with the medical support he receives at Stonewall and the community as a whole. James said it was godsent to move here – he is grateful to be able to do laundry at home. Neighbors in the community are friendly, always happy, and always smiling!

Stonewall started leasing units on June 16th, 2022 – and completed their lease up on July 29th, 2022. Each unit has 1 bedroom and is equipped with a washer and dryer (provided by Winterwood). The building is conveniently located near shopping and doctor’s offices, making it easier for residents to obtain necessary household items and health care.

AVOL is a nonprofit organization that has partnered with Winterwood Development to provide housing for medically vulnerable individuals. AVOL Kentucky’s mission is to collaborate with communities to end HIV in Kentucky .

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Kit Carson Commons Scholar House is located in Richmond, Kentucky on EKU’s campus. The property has 30 units, which are 2 and 3 bedrooms. The residents are all single parents or veterans. The lease up began summer of 2021, and was completed in January 2022.   Kit Carson was created with the intention of providing workforce development, education support, and affordable housing.

Tallia Cutino was the resident chosen to do the ribbon cutting. Tallia lives at Kit Carson Commons with her daughter, and said “The program is awesome. I don’t really know how else to explain it. It’s support for me, it’s support for my kid. We’re connected with the Center for Student Parents. It’s everything that you need academically, financially, emotionally — whatever you can think of, they are here to help.”
Governor of Kentucky, Andy Beshear, recently held a ribbon cutting at this scholar house, to acknowledge all of the work put into Kit Carson Commons, as well as some of the residents. “I want to start by thanking these scholars as they’re putting in the work to better not only their lives, but the lives of their children. What they’re doing and what they’re going to accomplish isn’t just going to change their situation and their kids situation. It’s going to change every generation that comes after them,” – Andy Beshear



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