The Vecino Group, based in Missouri, has pulled their plans for a Supportive Housing Development, Espero Indianapolis, in the Fall Creek Place neighborhood.
- Kansas City Star
“There’s just so much about it that’s harmful,” said Marqueia Watson, executive director at the Greater Kansas City Coalition to End Homelessness.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Ginther: 'Inaction is not an option.' If housing not addressed, market will destabilize, homelessness will increase
Columbus must tackle the serious challenges our neighbors face as a result of our growth, Andrew J. Ginther says.
- Fresno Bee
Nearly 8% of Fresno County residents on probation report that they are unhoused, as of May.
Eligible households in Delaware will get emergency benefit checks in June as part of the state's ongoing response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Delaware Division of Social Services said...
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- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Arizona's Housing Trust Fund is getting $60 million to fund affordable housing developments and aid for the growing population across the state.
- LA Times
State lawmakers are set to vote on a bill that aims to give Los Angeles until fall 2024 to rezone the city for a quarter-million new homes.
- Miami Herald
Historically Black Overtown is now home to Father Marquess-Barry Apartments, a community designed to provide senior citizens with affordable housing in a Miami neighborhood, where residents are caught between a history of less expensive homes and recent development of luxury condominiums.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
Time is running short: The public comment period ends Thursday night.
- The Florida Times-Union
City Council approved rezoning for a complex off Baymeadows Boulevard that will provide affordable housing and manufacturing jobs for the homeless.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Broadacre, a $40 million project, will be a mix of apartments and town homes on 10.78 acres at 441 W. Ryan Rd.
- Miami Herald
The tour came a day after Fudge called Miami the epicenter of the housing crisis
- The Gainesville Sun
The Sun has put a special focus on publishing opinion pieces about housing issues affecting Gainesville and Alachua County.
- Lohud | The Journal News
Anywhere from up to 40,000 people could apply to get on the Section 8 voucher waitlist, which opened for applications for the first time in a decade.
- Asheville Citizen-Times
An affordable senior living apartment complex is looking to expand with 54 additional units in South Asheville just off Hendersonville Road.
- The Daily News
Now that the condemned Town Center Apartments have been sold, tenants are concerned about what will happen to them.