• City council approves affordable housing projects

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    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - On Monday night, the Charlotte City Council unanimously approved eight affordable housing projects, which will cost $12.8 million from the Housing Trust Fund.

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    The projects spread across the city and will add up to 950 new homes. 

    [SPECIAL SECTION: Affordable Housing Crisis]


    PROJECTS:

    • Wendover Walk Apartments 
    • Heritage Park Apartments
    • North Tryon Homes
    • 7th Street Apartments
    • Abbington on Mount Holly
    • Evoke Living Westerly Hills
    • Tyvola Road Apartments
    • South Village Apartments at Scaleybark

     

    Around 20% of the units will be for the lowest-income residents in Charlotte.

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