Posts Tagged: affordable housing

New San Diego Affordable Senior Housing Project Will Be LGBT Affirming

San Diego nonprofit Community HousingWorks (CHW), presents its Arizona Street Development to the San Diego Planning Commission Thursday, Dec. 18. The proposed development features a 76-home senior apartment building on the northwest corner of Texas Street and Howard Avenue and a 118-home multifamily building on the northeast corner. The proposal has already generated significant support… Read more »

New Gay Friendly Affordable Senior Housing Development Opened in Chicago

Center on Halsted and Heartland Housing officially opened Town Hall Apartments, the Midwest’s first LGBT-friendly affordable senior housing development, during a ribbon-cutting on Friday. “When Tom [Tunney] came to see me and I first got elected, I said ‘what’s our No. 1 goal?’ He said this building,” said Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who spoke at… Read more »

USA, Pennsylvania: Philly’s Gayborhood Gets Affordable Senior Housing

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held today to celebrate the opening of the John C. Anderson Apartments, a pioneering LGBT-friendly, low-income senior housing apartment complex. The apartments – named for John C. Anderson, a Philadelphia City Council member from 1979 until his death in 1983, instrumental in the passage of Philadelphia’s civil rights bill for sexual… Read more »

Affordable Housing Development Planned for LGBT Seniors in San Francisco

The first affordable housing project in San Francisco to be funded by the recently approved Housing Trust Fund will be a long-stalled affordable housing development for LGBT seniors. Voters adopted the trust fund on the November ballot. It will provide San Francisco with a permanent source of revenue to pay for below-market-rate housing for low-… Read more »

NJ: Newark Has Most Affordable Housing in State

If you think finding an affordable home that fits your needs in New Jersey will be a difficult task, think again. A new nationwide report released by Coldwell Banker Real Estate shows while home prices in the Garden State are robust, there are some surprises. The report, called the Home Listing Report (HLR), compares the… Read more »