From HUD’s Office of Policy Development and Research:
From the Milwaukee Independent:
From The Columbus Dispatch:
The site of the Alrosa Villa, the once-popular and now-closed North Side music venue where five people, including former Pantera guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, were shot and killed during a 2004 show, is slated to become the home of 180 affordable apartment units.
The Columbus City Council is expected to vote Monday on using $2.175 million from the city's Affordable Housing Bond Fund for the apartments to be built at the site at 5055 Sinclair Rd.
From Miami Today:
A plan for new construction of an attainable mixed-income residential development called Paseo del Rio earned the praise of a City of Miami review board.
The seven-story, 182-unit building is planned for county-owned property at 1401 NW Seventh St., across from Marlins ballpark.
The Urban Development Review Board unanimously recommended approval of the project.
From the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority's press release:
From the Cincinnati Enquirer:
The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority plans to build a new senior housing complex on a city-owned parking lot west of Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine.
Called Logan Commons, the planned three-story residential development would consist of 42 one-bedroom units, ranging from 565-666 square feet, with a 6,000-square-foot senior center on the first floor.
From TAP into Paterson:
The Housing Authority of the City of Paterson gave a project at the historic Argus Mill site in the Great Falls Historic District a boost Monday when they approved a resolution calling for the issuance of 52 project based vouchers that will allow the Authority to supplement the rental payments for those residents.
From the Toledo Blade:
Lucas Metropolitan Housing is expanding its Collingwood Green development again, this time with 55 family townhomes and 75 senior apartments.
They’ll likely be the last builds on the 20-acre site bounded by Nebraska Avenue, Division Street, Indiana Avenue, and I-75 near downtown Toledo as the housing agency looks to complete its first mixed-income neighborhood. The project has been 15 years in the making and will total about $80 million.
From the San Antonio Express-News:
A national developer is partnering with the San Antonio Housing Authority to build two complexes totaling more than 600 apartments in Southwest and East San Antonio. With a combined valuation of nearly $116 million, both will receive a full property tax exemption in exchange for including lower-priced units for rent.