Tag Archives: affordable housing

Affordable Housing Complex Opens in Denver’s Globeville Neighborhood – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – The waiting list for affordable housing in a Denver neighborhood just got a little shorter. The city on Wednesday celebrated its latest effort to increase housing stability in Globeville. The Stella offers 132 affordable apartments, plus life-changing support in North Denver. The Stella is located on the …

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Vacation rentals turn our street into a shopping strip

We all know the definition of “House.” As the American Heritage Dictionary defines it, it is a place where one lives; a residence, a house or an apartment, a household. Here is the definition of “Commercial”: “Busy or engaged in commerce or work intended for commerce.” And “Business”: “A generally …

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Condo in DC’s Shaw neighborhood offered for $1,795,000

Unit B, which is above Unit A, has three bedrooms and four bathrooms spread over two levels including a roof terrace. High end finishes include hardwood floors and quartz countertops. In addition to being spacious, both units “get plenty of light and have significant outdoor space,” said listing agent Lindsay …

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Several Cedar Rapids groups are working to help some of the city’s most vulnerable after the Geneva Tower fire

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) – Several organizations are working together to help the dozens of people forced from their homes by a high-rise fire in Cedar Rapids. It happened at the Geneva tower early Sunday morning. The apartments serve seniors and people with disabilities through the Affordable Housing Network. The …

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93 apartments planned for the 3rd floor & Poinsettia

A trio of small commercial buildings and two adjoining parking lots in the Fairfax neighborhood could be cleared for a new multi-family residential development, according to an application recently submitted to the Los Angeles Department of Planning. 5863-5879 West 3rd StreetGoogle Street View The proposed project, which would grow from …

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Mandatory notice for proposed rent increases in Miami Beach

Miami Beach tenants worried about being overpriced amid soaring rents may soon get some relief — or at least notice of a higher monthly bill. The city commission is expected to vote Wednesday on a draft ordinance requiring landlords to give 60 days notice before raising rent by more than …

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41 apartments to replace the manufacturing building at Echo Park

A 1940s manufacturing building located in Echo Park might be allowed for apartments, depending an application submitted to the Los Angeles Department of Planning. North elevation of 1655-1661 N Allesandro StreetGA Engineering The proposed project, which would rise from a property on the southwest corner of Allesandro Street and Effie …

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Developers are proposing a 209-unit seniors’ housing development for Crafts Street in Newtonville

The project, which has not yet been filed with the city, would require city council approval for a zoning change and a special permit, according to the developers, who met with residents and several city councilors during a virtual session in January. Developers have said 11 of the independent living …

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Upcoming mixed-use apartments on Venice Blvd near downtown Culver City

Construction begins on Palms development By Dolores Quintana Construction has begun on a new mixed-use apartment building in Palms at 9900 Venice Boulevard near downtown Culver City, according to Urbanizing Los Angeles. Geneva Street Partners has been granted permission to construct the 54-apartment building which, thanks to density bonuses, will …

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Carson, Redondo and Torrance to launch legal fight over controversial housing bill – Daily Breeze

Senate Bill 9, the controversial housing development bill signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom in September, will face a legal challenge from Carson, Redondo Beach and Torrance, officials said. The bill, signed into law Jan. 1, allows owners of single-family homes to split their lots into duplexes, with up to two …

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City council to consider funding for new affordable homes

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — More affordable housing may be popping up in Corpus Christi. The city council discusses a project for multi-family apartments to enter on Greenwood Drive near Gollihar Road. It is an affordable housing complex with 152 planned multi-family units of one, two and three bedroom apartments. “I …

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Developers Seek Approval for Small Cottage Development in Northwest Brainerd – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD – A proposal for a supportive housing development with small cottages in Brainerd has broad support from the town’s Planning Commission as long as a few concerns are addressed. Vicky Kinney appeared before the Planning Commission on Wednesday January 19 to present her plan, which consists of three phases …

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Saint Petersburg city council approves affordable housing plan

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (WFLA) — Skyrocketing rents in the Tampa Bay area are prompting many local officials to find a way to provide some relief. In St. Petersburg, the average rent for a one-bedroom apartment is now $1,450, up 21% from a year ago. Rays owner Stu Sternberg apologizes and …

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Biz Buzz: Concept of small cabins in a subdivision subject to public hearing on January 19 – Brainerd Dispatch

A housing proposal for small cottages in a supportive housing estate is in front of the town of Brainerd. In December, applicant Vicky Kinney of Lake Shore had a land use application for a planned unit development for 22 lots between Northwest Fourth and Northwest Second streets, north of Jackson …

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Lake Placid vacation rental lawsuit dismissed

The 2023 World University Games will be held in Lake Placid. Credit: daveynin, Flickr. January 17, 2022 — LAUREN YATES/ADIRONDACK DAILY COMPANY A lawsuit filed against the City of North Elba and the Village of Lake Placid by a group of short-term vacation rental owners, who sought to overturn city …

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Affordable housing project moves to Cloverdale

Cloverdale town planning commissioners, over objections from community members concerned about increased traffic, voted 3-2 on Tuesday night to approve a 75-unit affordable housing project along Asti Road. Commission Chairman Mike Shanahan and Commissioner Eric Saunders voted no, while Commissioners Sandra Hoevertsz, Chad Asay and William Wagy voted yes. The …

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Bay City’s latest plan receives mixed reviews at kickoff meeting

Accordia Partners kicked off another chapter in the already four-year process to plan and license Dorchester Bay City (DBC) at Columbia Point with an online meeting last Wednesday. Despite the recently unveiled changes to previous proposals, the conversation, which brought together more than 25 participants, showed some neighbors are still …

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Developer wants to build 100 homes in the surrounding rural Essex care home

About 100 houses could be built in a village in Essex surrounding a local care home. A planning application for 100 houses on land around Great Horkesley Manor was registered by Colchester Borough Council on December 17, an increase from the 80 houses initially proposed by the developer. According to …

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City committee ignores the alderman on the northwest side and approves apartments it didn’t want in a rare move

CHICAGO – In a rare move, a city council committee brought forward a long-standing apartment development planned for the far northwest of the city despite the local alderman’s objection. Glenstar Properties aims to build 297 apartments near O’Hare Airport, 20% of which would be affordable, but Ald. Anthony Napolitano (41st) …

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Myrtle Beach Housing Authority needs more landlords to accept vouchers

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – The Myrtle Beach Housing Authority is preparing to open its waiting list for Housing Choice vouchers for the first time in nearly three years. Carol McCall, the authority’s director of operations, said the office faced significant demand ahead of the pre-applicants open on January 10. …

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NYC Seeks To Impose New Regulations On Illegal Airbnbs

Supporters of the bill said the New York measure was designed to ensure compliance, as it requires online rental platforms like Airbnb to verify that an listing has been properly registered with the city before the listing. platform cannot charge fees. Fines for hosts breaking the rule would be up …

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‘Wake-up call for industry’: Artist houses lead the way for affordable housing in UK | Architecture

There is something about the very English jumble of regulations, codes and standards that has put the quality of housing in this country on a race to the bottom. There are rules to ensure that a bare minimum of space, light, and ventilation is provided, but, such are the business …

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Since Americans returned from WWII, inflation hasn’t run through the economy like it is now

Construction of residential single-family homes by KB Home is shown under construction in the community of Valley Center, California, United States, June 3, 2021. Mike Blake | Reuters Since Americans returned from World War II, inflation has not penetrated the US economy as it is now, and it may continue …

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Gafney Home seniors apartment project secures funding

ROCHESTER – Financial assistance from the New Hampshire Housing Authority will allow the redevelopment of a Victorian house that was used until 2019 as an assisted living facility. The renovated Maison Gafney, located at 90, rue Wakefield, and belonging to Strafford County Community Action Partnership, is on its way to …

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Imperial Beach strives to bypass parking crisis

Secondary Accessory Unit on 16th Street, Imperial Beach As a small, overcrowded coastal town, Imperial Beach lacks both parking and affordable housing. Some fear that new state laws that make it easier to build apartments for grannies will make the situation worse. Families are already multiplying, said the mayor of …

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Cottage Grove Sentinel | Village Green plans call for new housing

As The Village Green completes its sale process, its new owners have communicated information to the Town of Cottage Grove regarding plans for the 61-year-old facility. “We are excited to create a dynamic mixed-use development that supports the local economy and provides new housing,” said Colin Kelley of Timberview Construction …

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city ​​moves towards easing restrictions on new apartments in business districts | Webster Kirkwood Times

On July 6, Webster Groves City Council reviewed code changes to allow multi-family housing in its business districts. The city defines multi-family housing as apartments, apartment hotels, storefront residences, townhouses, and condominiums. At its July 6 meeting, the council backed a plan to increase the allowable height of buildings from …

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West Palm Beach opens new resort to fight homelessness

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla .– The City of West Palm Beach is bragging about its progress in preventing homelessness with the opening of a new supportive housing complex. A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday to mark the grand opening of “The Village” on Thirteenth Street near Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard. …

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Senator Rubio calls for more HUD inspections following I-TEAM investigation at Hilltop Village

JACKSONVILLE, Florida – Our I-TEAM investigation into the mouse infestation at Hilltop Village Apartments in northwest Jacksonville uncovered a statewide problem. Hilltop Village Apartments is an affordable housing complex managed by Cambridge Management, Inc., and now U.S. Senator Marco Rubio is enlisting HUD to inspect the dozens of properties managed …

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Planned building near McCormick Place

The developer wants to build the project on vacant land at the northeast corner of Wabash Avenue and Cermak Road, immediately south of the Aspire Residences, a 24-story, 275-unit apartment building that it opened in August. last at 2111 S. Wabash Ave. The proposal comes as demand for downtown apartments …

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Why Commercial Lenders and Originators Should Learn ESG

“ESG has really been a targeted niche until last year because the major market players weren’t supporting it in any significant way,” Eltorai said. “But now we see how often it is mentioned as a factor. We’ve seen calls from the head of the SEC asking for comment on whether …

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Fight looms over down payment aid to close racial wealth gap

Democrats are “rushing to put families in homes they can’t afford,” said Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, the top Republican on the Banking and Housing Committee. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) speaks during a Congressional hearing in Washington, DC | Sarah Silbiger-Pool/Getty Images Other critics say it would make the affordable …

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Capehart Remembers Tulsa Race Massacre As 100th Anniversary Of Atrocities Approach – Tulsa, Oklahoma

conversation Lessons from my grandfather 100 years after the Tulsa race massacre Smoke rises from damaged property after the Tulsa Race Massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma in June 1921. Getty Images of the Oklahoma Historical Society Assistant in Parliament in May 2021, Viola Fletcher (107) called on the public to officially …

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Feature: Stay boom fuels demand for vacation mortgages

Image Credit: Shutterstock As the future of overseas travel still hangs in the balance and tax hikes shine rental returns, investors are showing increasing interest in UK vacation rentals. Lenders are re-entering the market and expanding their product lines, suggesting that they too see short-term leasing as a sound investment. …

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Key Factors Lenders Are Now Considering: Q&A

Michael Pop, Managing Director and Co-Head of Production, Basis Investment Group. Image courtesy of Basis Investment Group Capital markets have constantly adapted to changing economic conditions, but multi-family loans have maintained their pace last year and into the first quarter of 2021. “We have noticed a strong increase in acquisition …

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