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These 109 houses give local residents an affordable way
to buy a home in a soaring housing market.

Propiedad de la vivienda

1-4 Family Program

  • Tipo: Home ownership
  • Descripción general: Redevelopment of run-down 1- to 4-unit buildings as affordable homes for first time buyers.
  • Unidades: 17
  • Terminado: 1994

Back of the Hill I and III

  • Tipo: Home ownership
  • Descripción general: New construction projects on vacant lots that created a variety of home ownership opportunities. (Phase II of Back of the Hill Community Housing Initiative, a partnership with Back of the Hill CDC, was the creation of the Catherine Gallagher Cooperative.)
  • Unidades: : 46 (22/Phase I; 24/Phase III)
  • Terminado: 2001 (Phase I); 2003 (Phase III)

llamar carolina

  • Tipo: Home ownership
  • Descripción general: New construction homes built on vacant land that was taken by eminent domain in the 70’s to make way for a proposed eight-lane extension of I-95. The homes were sold to buyers for less than one-third of median sales price.
  • Unidades: : 8
  • Terminado: 2021

Creighton Commons

  • Tipo: Home ownership
  • Descripción general: Part of the Blessed Sacrament church campus redevelopment.
  • Unidades: 16
  • Terminado: 2009

Lamartine Homes

  • Tipo: Home ownership
  • Descripción general: New construction of homes sold to first time homebuyers for less than one-third of median sales price.
  • Unidades: 10
  • Terminado: 2004

Sumner Hill House Condominiums

  • Tipo: Home ownership
  • Descripción general: 10 of the original 20 affordable apartments created through the Summer Hill House redevelopment have now been purchased by tenants and converted into condominiums.
  • Unidades: 10
  • Terminado: 2011