The City of Detroit announced more than $100 million worth of housing investment in the city, all of which will go toward preserving affordable housing.
The funding comes from six competitive Low-Income Housing Tax Credit awards. which will fund five affordable housing developments in Detroit. The limited number of 9% low income housing tax credits (LIHTC) will help create or preserve 536 units of affordable housing across the city.
Here’s a look inside The Flats at 124 Alfred, an all-new affordable housing complex in Detroit’s Brush Park neighborhood that begins leasing today.
One of Detroit’s oldest neighborhoods will be getting a new slate of residential units in the next few years.
Three developments have been announced in Brush Park, bringing two mixed-use project and one full residential project to the area that has seen added retail and residential growth in recent years.
Dr. Brittany Carter-Snell is a board certified physician in dermatology and internal medicine and operates the Carter Snell Skin Center in Brush Park. Watch her one reason why she's located her practice in Detroit.
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